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How To Transform Your Kitchen Into A Bright Modular Kitchen Design

  • Posted on August 15, 2017 at 8:14 pm

Modular kitchen is increasingly becoming popular and has become a vital part of the modern kitchen design. Kitchen is undeniably the heart of the house where you cook, eat, chat, greet your morning and end your evening. With recent trends in designing it is outgrowing the dull and dreary image linked with only store and oven. Modern kitchen designs are conceived and applied to transform your kitchen into a bright, lively and spacious place where you would love to cook and spend time as well. It also ensures that the kitchen facilitates your working and storing besides being easy to maintain and clean. An unorganized and untidy kitchen could spoil the picture of even the most tastefully done house.

Modular kitchen comprises of modules and sections of cabinets, shelves, work top and other hardware allowing ample storing space. It also includes an array of fixtures like dish washer, chimney and various other kitchen appliances to enhance efficiency and comfort. It is termed as modular because it consists of various modules assembled together to offer maximum manageability and accessibility to your kitchen items. Modern kitchen designs are conceived keeping in consideration all the aspects from storage to appliances and washing space to looks, everything is well thought of and planned. Cabinets are the primary storage space in a modular kitchen and their designs are selected to optimize the available space and sort out the storage of kitchen items as per their use and sizes. Fridge, microwave, cooking range food processor etc are various appliances which are now found in nearly every kitchen.

Modern kitchen designs allocate specific places for each gadget, sorting out power switches, electric wiring and space issues .The big appliances like fridge, microwave and dishwasher require ample space where as gadgets like mixers and gas burner ought to be easily accessible. Kitchen work tops are also a crucial part of kitchen and are chosen on the basis of sturdiness as well as the texture and color blending well with the kitchen theme.

The current trend favors granite tops amidst the vast array of acrylic counter tops, designed stones, wooden counter tops with laminations and stainless steel tops. Where the kitchen counter tops are small an island can be introduced to complement the top, at the same time enhancing the storage area. Flooring, whether ceramic tiles or wooden with laminates also play an integral part in the entire set up of the kitchen. Tiles are also employed in the back lash highlighting the entire kitchen. The color of the tiles or the laminates is thus selected to further enrich the chosen theme and enliven a sense of unity.

Modular kitchen besides organizing and updating also facilitate by its unique capacity of being taken apart and easy re assembling in an instance of relocation. The modules could also be done one at a time, bliss for the budget conscious people.

Bathroom Radiators – Taking Inspiration From The Past

  • Posted on August 15, 2017 at 6:44 pm

Walking into a cold bathroom in the morning might snap you out of your slumber but it certainly wont be a pleasant experience! The traditional solution to this has always been to install a , and the golden age of the traditional iron cast radiator was during the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

However with all the interest in these days, the humble yet faithful bathroom radiator has been largely overlooked.

Unsurprisingly, radiator design has moved on a long way since the times of Victoria and Edward. New technologies and manufacturing methods give you almost limitless choice in bathroom heating appliances. Modern come in all shapes and sizes, to suit your needs and the needs of your bathroom.

There are certain aspects of heating that are far better at than a heated towel rail. A radiator will almost certainly have a significantly greater heat output than a towel rail, which is also likely to have damp towels sitting on it, reducing the heat circulated around the room even more.

A bathroom radiator has been designed to heat up the room; a heated towel rail has been designed to heat up towels. If you can allow a to carry out the task it was designed for, it will naturally be more efficient than asking the towel rail to generate enough heat for both the towels hanging on it and the room in which it sits. Even if this is possible, it would heat the rail to a dangerous level such that a slight brush of bare skin against it would result in a painful burn.

Of course theres nothing to stop you installing both a heated towel rail and a traditional bathroom radiator in the same room. That way you get the best of both worlds: warm fluffy towels and a beautifully heated bathroom. This is the perfect solution for homes where the bathroom is large enough to need double the heat output.