What’s new in kitchen design
As a result, the appearance of the kitchen is gradually evolving, unlike the more varied clothing or food trends.
But even if you don\'t get your intuition right soon, you may want to upgrade to a device with new technical features, install new countertops or replace outdated hardware.
The annual kitchen and bathroom Industry Exhibition (KBIS), held two weeks ago in Las Vegas, always presents interesting (functional) inspired products.
Whether it\'s a huge trophy kitchen or a small kitchen, you can consider a lot of upgrades for your own place: kitchen cabinets with doors, just press the button to lift, steam oven, charging station built on stone counter, etc.
This year, KBIS has 600 manufacturers and brands participating, attracting about 125,000 designers, builders and suppliers.
According to Brian Pagel, vice president of Emerald Expositions, technology remains a major focus.
\"As the economy and housing market continues to improve, we do see more products that address the problem of family connectivity,\" Pagel said . \" \"For example, let the refrigerator tell you that there is no milk, or suggest a dinner menu based on the current food in your refrigerator.
Richard anuszk iewicz kitchen designer and Alt farming Schwartz architect have performed since 2008 in Annapolis.
One of the most interesting products he noticed was the new Halo color on Cosentino\'s Dekton glass, porcelain and quartz watch, which he said was very similar to the classic Calacatta marble.
\"It is difficult to distinguish between the two,\" he said . \".
The advantages of Dekton are resistance to stains, scratches and heat.
One of his favorite booths is the French company La Cornue, which boasts its colorful high
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He is particularly attracted by a new stove called Chateau 150, which is reminiscent of the classic Hermes orange.
He reported that La Cornue showed its height unexpectedly
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According to KBIS officials, the exhibition reflects a general shift from traditional styling to a more modern, modern finish and look.
Nowadays, many kitchens combine many styles and colors in design.
Designers are always analyzing how the family works in the kitchen and trying to improve the flow.
Maria Stapperfenne said: \"I like to take drinks out of the main refrigerator and create multiple areas in the kitchen, kitchen designer for Tewksbury kitchen and bathroom, New Jersey, 2015 President of the kitchen and bathroom Association.
\"If you want something to drink, you won\'t compete for the same floor space as the people who make food preparations.
She reports that some manufacturers have introduced beverage and wine refrigerators that reflect this lifestyle.
\"Wine fridge is always high
\"But now many different manufacturers have kitchens,\" she says.
\"Consumers usually pay attention to small details to update the kitchen, such as replacing hardware.
Stapperfenne said KBIS confirmed the continued popularity of the brushed nickel finish.
\"It\'s easy to keep it clean and it doesn\'t show fingerprints,\" she said . \".
\"While polished nickel is lovely and reflective, it does show fingerprints and stains.
She added that the brushed nickel is also well coordinated with stainless steel appliances that continue to dominate.
She also noticed new highlights in areas such as kitchen island sinks.
\"The use of glass and crystal hardware in the kitchen has increased.
It\'s like adding a piece of furniture . \"
\"Putting this hardware in the kitchen is like adding jewelry.