5 ways kitchen design has changed
PUBLISHED: 13:50 14 July 2016 | UPDATED: 13:50 14 July 2016
From constantly evolving technology to creating more family-friendly environments, there are many driving factors that have helped to evolve and change kitchens.
Kitchen design is not what it used to be, it has changed for the good. From constantly evolving technology to creating more family-friendly environments, there are many driving factors that have helped to evolve and change kitchens.
Technology in the kitchen
Whether you are looking for a classic design or a kitchen with a modern twist, integrating the latest technology into your kitchen has never been easier. From smart refrigerators and steam ovens that help make healthy meal prep quick and easy, to hot taps that instantly deliver boiling water to start off your pasta and drawers that keep plates warm, you can now make your kitchen’s technology work for you like never before.
Open-plan house design
Gone are the days when somebody had to stay in the kitchen preparing the meal whilst entertaining guests elsewhere in the house. The new trend in open-plan house designs has taken house parties out of the living room and into the kitchen, so designers have had to take a different approach to find the perfect balance between functionality and aesthetics. To achieve minimalism they add a pantry. Everything must be stored somewhere.
The kitchen at the heart of the home
The kitchen of today has become more than just a place to prepare and serve meals. Design innovations like open-plan living and islands now put the kitchen at the very heart of the home. By opening up the layout and creating more space, families and friends can now come together to socialise. Add bi-fold doors and they can flow seamlessly from the kitchen to the garden, creating a truly family friendly space.
Modern yet timeless design
An established family firm for 44 years in Chelmsford, Teresa and Clive Daden have seen styles change radically. Kitchens could date but their eye for detail and keen focus on modern design ensures yours will stay on trend. They will be certain to find a kitchen to suit your personality and lifestyle.
Today kitchens are now so complex you really need an expert to help to take your project from conception to completion. Teresa and Clive at Dadens Kitchens provide a unique experience starting with a personal consultation they provide you with support and professional expertise to ensure your new kitchen suits you now and in ten years’ time. Dadens Kitchens have been featured on Channel 4’s Restoration Man and their stand at Grand Design Excel Live won the Grand Design Loves Award last year. Viewing their website you will see George Clark Say Dadens Kitchen was “fantastic”, yours could be too.
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