You have seen them in Veranda and Better Home and Garden magazines. Stylish extras in the kitchen which give your guests the impression they have stepped into a gourmet kitchen, even if you're not a gourmet chef. Did you know that you can "Create a culinary masterpiece with the latest upscale kitchen products that not only cater to your sense of style, but to your sense of taste as well?" I know, how do you begin when you don't know the first thing about remodeling right. Well lets start with your kitchen then. It's usually the place where everyone gravitates in the house, and it's probably where you spend the most time if you have kids. Here are some ideas we believe that merit a good looksee!
Dramatic kitchen statements can be made with remarkable commercial-grade cooking tools now available for your home. These range from sinks, faucets and stoves to ventahoods and island decor.
Perhaps your family enjoys wood-fired pizza and artisan breads. Add a hearth-stone oven to make these dishes in your own kitchen. For extraordinary roasting, look to a commercial-style rotisserie for delicious duck, lamb or chicken.
Gourmet chefs seldom encounter any limitations at the sink, so why should you? You may want to check out the sleek new 90TM kitchen faucet from Moen which features an ergonomically designed pullout wand with an easy-turn swivel joint on the end of the hose and three functions: spray, aerated stream and pause. Have you ever! Plus, the faucet's modern styling is the perfect complement to today's contemporary, high-end kitchen.
A heavy-gauge sink featuring sleek, angled sidewalls and deep basins, also previously found only in commercial kitchens, is another must-have item for today's luxury kitchens. Constructed of high-quality 16-gauge stainless steel in single or double-bowl configurations, Moen's LancelotTM Professional Sinks feature SoundSHIELDTM noise protection undercoating for a quiet sink experience and 10-inch deep bowls to hold large pots and pans.
To create the ultimate luxury kitchen, two appliances are better than one. And now the double oven, long a staple in gourmet kitchens, has gone high-tech. Program your oven to cook your dinner; a refrigeration function keeps the food chilled until it's time to heat up. Better yet, new turbo ovens are available that use forced air and microwave technology for significantly quicker cooking.
And seeing double also means double-duty convenience. Install a drawer dishwasher in your island prep station for quick clean-up, while your main dishwasher does the heavy-duty work. Add warming or refrigeration drawers to aid in the food preparation process, and added convenience will be just an arm's length away.
The ideal temperature for wine storage is 50 to 55 degrees Fahrenheit, with moderately damp and dark conditions. Since most kitchens are designed to be welcoming and cheery, you may want to consider adding your own wine cellar. Whether a stand-alone room that holds 500 bottles, or a smaller refrigerated unit that preserves 10, there are a host of options to keep your wine collection easily accessible and perfectly stored.
Culinary fixtures and appliances have recently undergone a style makeover to accommodate consumer preference for Old World finishes, such as oil rubbed bronze, pewter and brushed bronze. Look for new products in these finishes to complement your decor.
New options, new products and tasteful luxuries ensure that the sky is the limit when designing the gourmet kitchen of your dreams. For more information please contact us here at Action Plumbing Heating Air Conditioning and Electrical. We can help you make your next selections and bring you idea of Kitchen Couture to Life in your home... don't forget these new and exciting kitchens can be a means of savings by selecting Water Sense rated products and Energy Star Rated appliances.
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