Add a Touch Of Luxury to Your Kitchen
When designing your new kitchen, it’s only natural to want to add a touch a luxury to ensure that you love it for years to come. But a luxury item for you, might not be useful to someone else, and some might be costlier than others, but your priorities will differ based on your kitchen needs and preferences. What do you use your kitchen for? That might sound like an obvious question, but to some people, a kitchen is more than just a space to heat up a ready meal. Whether you are a master chef using the space to practice and experiment your culinary delights, or the ‘hostess with the monsters’ utilising the space to entertain guests, luxury items will make the most of the space.
If you think of yourself as quite the master chef and have longed for an appliance that allows you to make an array of dishes using several cooking methods, then treat yourself to a domino hob. Combining undeniable
Can’t function on a morning without your caffeine fix? Then a built-in coffee machine might be a worthwhile addition to your list. Although they might seem pricey at first, many aren’t much more expensive than top-of-the range countertop models and think of all that money you’ll save not buying a coffee on your way to work every day. If you’re planning an appliance bank in your
Everyone loves to have their favourite tipple served at the perfect temperature, so what better appliance to treat your kitchen to than a wine cooler? While there might not be space for a wine cellar, the latest wine coolers are very sophisticated machines that will ensure all wines – both red and white are kept in the optimum conditions. Undercounter models from companies such as Liebherr, Caple and CDA vary in size from space-saving single columns to those with room enough for up to 48 bottles and featuring several temperature zones for keeping reds and whites at exactly the right temperature. Perfectly placed on the dining side of an island so that guests can help themselves while you cook, look for coolers that also include UV protection and anti-vibration – to keep harmful light and stop the disturbance of sediments – as they’re important features to keep your wine at its best for longer. Larger models look great in a bank of appliances and many, such as those from Miele have elegant wooden shelving, three temperature zones and even a sommelier unit for sampling your best vintages.