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Top 4 Things You Should Put in Your Custom Kitchen

Posted by Revity on August 18, 2018
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One of the many perks of building a custom home is customizing your kitchen to serve as the kitchen of your dreams! Make your kitchen decorative and functional to fit your needs. Not sure what your dream kitchen looks like? We have a few suggestions for you.

  • Two Dishwashers
    Make clean up a synch with not one but two dishwashers! Never have dirty dishes in your sink again. While one dishwasher is running, fill the other one. This perk can save you time and hassle. If you’re spending excessive hours in the kitchen working on dishes, save your self some trouble and double your dishwashing capabilities.
  • Warming Drawer
    Never deal with cold dishes again when you install a warming drawer in your new kitchen. This is a separate appliance that’s main purpose is to keep food warm. Most warming drawers do not heat above 200 degrees F and have humidity control. Use this appliance to keep food warm, warm up food, slow cook food, warm up plates to serve on, proof bread dough, or warm up towels for a luxury shower.
  • Hidden and Pop Up Outlets
    Need a little extra power? There are many ways to hide power outlets throughout your kitchen—keeping your kitchen functional and stylish. Hide an outlet strip along the upper edge of your cabinetry, build some outlets into drawers, or install pop up power outlets on your countertops. Plug in all your appliances without stretching chords across your surfaces or compromising the aesthetic of your kitchen.
  • Cookbook Library
    Put your cookbook collection on display with built-in shelves in your custom kitchen. Place your little library anywhere in your kitchen for a unique addition that can provide for easy access for inspiration and beautiful décor.

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