5 Brilliant Features To Add To Your Kitchen Renovation Wish List

  • Moe Saadeh / KITCHENS / 31st August 2016

If you are considering a kitchen revamp sometime soon, whether it is a full renovation or just a little overhaul to freshen the area up, then you definitely have dozens of ideas floating around in your head. It can sometimes be daunting to make decisions, not knowing which of the options that are scrambled in your brain will suit your kitchen best. Well, to make it a little easier on you, here are 5 Brilliant Features To Add To Your Kitchen Renovation List. These are features that we personally are in love with and believe you will love as well!

Double Ovens

Have you ever watched a cooking show, only to be amazed that they have two ovens in their kitchen? Well, you don’t have to be a professional television chef to bring that luxury into your home. Double ovens are easily installable, look cool and also provide a main oven you can use without bending over. You can use the secondary oven for plate warming and additional baking. Separating the ovens from the burners also allows you to install a cooktop in the kitchen island or elsewhere, opening up new floor-plan possibilities.

Kitchen Islands

There is nothing more popular these days than a kitchen island. Kitchen islands look styling and provide so much extra countertop space to your kitchen. They are a great meeting point for the family to have breakfast on in the morning and a fantastic space to unload the groceries on. You can even install cooktops on your kitchen island, along with a sink, to create a completely different kitchen layout. Storage drawers can be inbuilt to your kitchen island as well, giving you vast amounts of spare storage solutions.

Induction Cooktops

An induction cooktop transfers heat to your pots and pans via a magnetic field. Unlike a traditional gas or electric cooktop, induction cooktops have a surface that never gets hot to the touch. This is a great option for anyone who is concerned about kitchen safety, especially if there are children in the household. It is also great for the summer time as it doesn’t generate as much residual surface heat as a gas cooktop would. Induction cooktops are also more energy efficient than gas and traditional electric cooktops and are much easier to clean should something boil over.

Glass Doors

Cabinets with glass doors are a great way to display your chinaware and glasses. They are very visually appealing and bring a touch of french provincial into any kitchen. You can choose between having traditional glass or frosted glass on your cabinet doors – some prefer frosted as it allows a little more leeway and doesn’t require you to make sure all your items are stored or stacked perfectly.  

An Appliance Garage

There is nothing more visually unappealing than a kitchen cluttered with appliances everywhere. Not only do you have to deal with cords sticking out everywhere, it reduces the amount of kitchen counter top space you have too. A simple solution for this is to install an appliance garage. An appliance garage keeps your most used appliances plugged in and ready to go without cluttering your countertop.

We hope that these 5 brilliant features will give you some ideas as to what you could consider for your kitchen overhaul. Do not hesitate to call us to discuss more ideas for your kitchen renovation.