By: Amara Holstein (Courtesy of Cultivate)
Tackling a kitchen renovation can feel overwhelming with the dizzying array of choices available. We’ve helped narrow down the options to some of our favorite kitchen innovations today—some of which are quite pricey, others less expensive—but all of which are great investments for your kitchen's future.
Modern Cabinet InteriorsSoft close doors, tray divider, cabinet rollouts, pull out spice rack
Though cabinet exteriors are usually the main attraction in any kitchen, it’s well worth it to invest in their insides too. The best extras? Our first recommendation is soft-close doors and drawers. The drawer glide construction is more durable, drawers don’t 'bounce back' when you close them, and there’s no more slamming of cabinet doors. Cabinets that speak to particular needs, such as tray dividers, spice racks, and recycling drawers, have major organization payoffs. Photo by: apartmenttherapy.com
Touchless Faucets...At Home!
This innovation in residential design is turning heads in major health organizations, who praise its cleanliness and minimization of food contamination. Some faucets can be turned on by tapping anywhere on the spout or handles; other faucets have touchless technology that lets you wave a hand over a sensor to start the water flow. These faucets also provide ease of use for seniors, who may fumble with handles on traditional fixtures.
Photo by: Susan Serra, Designed by: Moen
A Cooktop Griddle
A cooktop griddle provides a larger surface for whipping up stacks of pancakes (and other foods) at once, while the flat edges make flipping easier. Available as a built-in option for pro ranges (36” and larger) as shown here, or as an addition you can buy and use on top of any range. We’re not quite as fond of the grill top option, though; they can be harder to clean and often result in a smoky kitchen.
Photo by: Bronson Pate of Bauman Photographers,
Designed by: Andrea May Hunter Gatherer
Designed by: Kenton McSween Architect
A Steam Oven
Photo by: Wilson-Wirth Design / Brent Haywood Photography
Designed by: Lisa Wilson-Wirth, CKD / Wilson-Wirth Design
Built-In Espresso Machine
Photo by: Rick Lew Photography
Designed by: Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC
Counter Depth Refrigerators
We realize that some of these upgrades can be a little pricey, but all of which are great investments for your future kitchen. At Cabinet-S-Top we can help you establish a budget, manage your budget and manage your wish list. We want you to meet your budget while providing you with the essential items that will make you fall in love with your new kitchen. Stop by and see us at 1977 Medina Road, Medina, OH ~ 330-239-3630. You’ll be glad you did!