Tag: kitchen design

Making the right choice for kitchen ventilation

Making the right choice for kitchen ventilation

[ 0 ] July 8, 2012 |

One of the last kitchen appliance choices that customers make is often the ventilation system. It is, nevertheless, a very important choice. The reason that the kitchen is the most frequently painted room in a house is because of wall discoloration or grease buildup, often caused by ineffective ventilation. The considerations on choosing your hood […]

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The Galley Kitchen – Choices Abound

The Galley Kitchen – Choices Abound

[ 0 ] April 23, 2012 |

The term galley kitchen refers to kitchens located against a single wall or in a corridor. Galley kitchens may connote an economy apartment. However, space limitations don’t necessarily dictate style, perfomance, or quality in a kitchen remodel. A galley kitchen in a home might have a wall with a sink, dishwasher, freestanding range, and micro-hood […]

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New Design Trend: Appliances where you need them

New Design Trend: Appliances where you need them

[ 0 ] April 9, 2012 |

There’s an old kitchen design principle called the work triangle. Refrigerator, range, and dishwasher make up a triangle and need to be located within a certain proximity of each other. But rules are made to be broken and there is a new trend in kitchen design that has appliances being located in new and sometimes […]

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