Let us face it; almost every homeowner has at one point in their lifetime had this ‘I wish I had thought about their kitchen. Maybe you visited a friend’s house, saw a stylish kitchen on a magazine or social media, and thought to yourself; ‘I wish I had one like this. While you are wondering what other luxury ideas you can incorporate in your dream kitchen of 2021, this article gives you some of the intrinsic ideas. The best thing about it is that you do not have to break a bank, nor do you have to break a sweat to have them in your dream home.
1. Butler’s Pantry
Though associated with the British classic style, Butler’s pantries are slowly finding their way back into new school kitchens.
Before we even dive into how this idea benefits you, let us first ask ourselves what a Butlers’ pantry is anyway. It is a separate room, usually behind the kitchen. The Butler’s pantry is a room where kitchenware including silver, china, and table linens are stored to declutter the kitchen. It is also a place where prep and cleanup are done as guests wait in the dining area bordering the kitchen. It is a great way of reintroducing some bit of privacy that has been eliminated by the emergence of walk-in kitchens.
2. Deep Sink
Come to think of how annoying water backsplash is when doing the dishes. This is nothing compared to the unsightly scene created by a few dishes placed in a shallow sink to be washed later. This is where some extra inches deeper sink comes in; to prevent backsplash and hide the dirty dishes from the privy eyes sat across the island. To make it more fun and elegant, introduce a touch-sensitive faucet so that you do not keep turning the knob on and off. You can also introduce instant hot water faucets for better and easier dishwashing.
3. Steam Convection Ovens
Nowadays, people are not just looking for ways to upgrade their kitchens; they are also out for ways to improve how they cook their meals. The common ovens cook food by heating the oven coils that in turn heats food, through a process known as conduction. In the recent past, we have seen convection ovens that distribute heat evenly throughout the food for faster cooking. In a more sophisticated technology, is the steam convection oven that distributes steam evenly over the food cooking inside it. Research has it that it produces better-textured food with higher nutritional value since it does not overcook, unlike the case with the common conduction ovens.
4. Eat-In Kitchen
Nothing comes close to the joy of a family gathered around soaking in the aroma of the great food cooking in the kitchen. However, this might prove to be a challenge because of the hot fumes that are produced by the kitchen range. However, a separate eat-in kitchen, should not hinder you from enjoying the quality time around the kitchen area. The eat-in kitchen is a room next to the main kitchen with couches and furniture similar to those of a living room. It also acts as a dining area where the family can wait for the meals cooking in the main kitchen. To make it even cozier and welcoming and install a sunroof that provides the natural look and feel by letting in the sunlight.
5. Glass Cabinetry
While most people seem to be inclined to the wood finishes, a good number are still fascinated by glass. It is now possible to have glass cabinets, which is a great way of breaking from the norm of wooden cabinetry. This comes with loads of benefits that you do not get to enjoy with wooden cabinetry. Since glass is sleek, it will display your sense of style at a favorable cost. The best thing about glass cabinetry is that you can clean it with lots of ease. This way, you can comfortably display some of your precious pieces of art inside the high cabinets. Glass is the way to go if you are looking to contribute towards environmental conservation.
As seen in this article, you have many options to choose from when looking to build your dream kitchen. You can go for glass cabinetry, a deep sink, a conventional oven, or a Butler’s pantry, among many other options. If you are still unsure of the best things to have in your kitchen, you might want to reach out to an expert for advice on the same.