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CONTENTS December , 2013
Cascase: 2,074 sq. ft.
Home of the month
Merry Christmas from The Log Connection. Things To Consider When Choosing Kitchen Appliances Social media links & how you can reach us

Home Plan of the Month: the Blueridge, 2589 sq. ft. post and beam log home.

The Cascading peaked rooflines of this design provide a prominent first impression. The bayed picture windows enhance the vaulted ceiling of the living room and allow sunlight to stream through the dining area into the chef's kitchen. An expansive and undesignated upper loft views the living area below. At 2,074 sq. ft. this is a beautiful retreat home is perfect for any panoramic build site. sq. ft.

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Things To Consider When Choosing Kitchen Appliances

There are few things in life more exciting in life than knowing that you've got the money and the resources to create a brand new kitchen design that you'll be able to enjoy and take advantage of for years to come. One of the most important factors in kitchen design is choosing the right kitchen appliances that will accentuate the image and the décor that you're choosing to create. Because of this, we've come up with these tips to help you choose the right kitchen appliances to contribute to your wonderful new room.

Size: There is absolutely no way of getting around this one! Whilst the whole 'bigger is better' thing is a long way from being true when it comes to kitchen appliances, getting the size right is incredibly important! The amount of disasters that occur as a result of people not taking size of appliances into consideration are many and varied, and all result in a massive waste of money! Always - and we mean always - carefully measure any kitchen appliances that you want to install to ensure they'll fit perfectly into your design.

Colours: Kitchen design in general has many varied factors to consider in itself to ensure that all of the décor and features that you choose to integrate into your perfect room all accentuate each other and make the perfect combination. If there's a factor more important than colour in this list, we don't know what it is! Typically, appliances will usually come in a set amount of different colours (generally based around greys, blues, whites, etc) so it's important to make sure that whatever you have planned for your kitchen design, the colours of the appliances will still fit in.

Functionality: One of the main reasons that people typically want to have a redesign of their kitchen done is that their current model is simply not serving their needs in the right way. Well, if this is you then it's a very good idea to spend time considering what you need from your new appliances. If you're a host or hostess who loves to have people around for drinks, then the chances are that you'll want a really good dishwasher (as well as a good cocktail mixer!), whereas if you've got a large family who you love to cook for then a large range oven might be the ideal choice. If you're looking to invest in new kitchen appliances, then you might as well do it properly!

Compatibility: Without doubt also a very important factor in choosing the right kitchen appliances, there are plenty of compatibility problems and energy efficiency things to think about. Aside from the obvious thing to consider such as the amount of plugs that you'll need to get the job done, there's also the fact that many appliances such as washing machines and tumble dryers may need a necessary outlet pipe as well as the input of water necessary to do their job to the required level.

If you've got the budget and the knack for creativity, then you'll doubtless be incredibly excited at the prospect of a whole new kitchen design. However, it's worth remembering that there are a lot of different things to consider when designing your perfect kitchen. That's why the experts at My Next Kitchen are here to help you with these tips on choosing the right Kitchen Appliances


 

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