Casa Kitchens | Choosing kitchen appliances
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Choosing kitchen appliances

Which are the best kitchen appliances to choose for a classic kitchen?

 

 

You can choose classic or country-style kitchen appliances for a traditional kitchen, but steel could also be the right solution for a more modern touch.

 

 

If you choose steel, take care with the handles and knobs on the kitchen cook-top: avoid combining steel appliances with glamorous, contemporary and minimalist-style handles. Rather opt for large and solid handles, with a simple, almost professional style.

 

 

The kitchen sink should be made of synthetic material or steel: soft and rounded lines combine best with classic kitchens, with “above-top” combinations, i.e. raised above the work surface, but also “under- top” versions.

 

 

Which are the best kitchen appliances to choose for modern kitchens?

 

 

If you fancy modern kitchens and prefer recessed appliances with a more contemporary style, you can choose a steel oven or one with white or black glass, to match with the kitchen colour.

 

 

You can combine the kitchen cook-top with the oven or even with the work surface, if the oven is not immediately underneath the cook-top, but further away, in a tall unit for example. Also in this case, take care in choosing the handles: if you choose the option with no handles (grooves), you can combine this solution with an oven with a glass handle or no handle, to add uniformity to the composition. You can also enhance linearity by choosing an induction kitchen cook-top with touch controls instead of knobs.

 

 

Kitchen sinks may be made of steel or synthetic materials. Consequently, you can choose bolder square and minimalist shapes, or an “under-top” sink, with an attractive and trendy design, or even one with ultra-thin edges which creates the same effect but costs less (it can also be installed on laminate work surfaces).