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Appliances — A Key Ingredient
To Luxurious Kitchens
Today's kitchen is much more than a place to prepare daily meals — it's about the look, the experience and the feeling of having a well-designed, professional space. Our architects and designers believe everyone can have a luxury kitchen — one you enjoy coming home to, a room that reflects your tastes and fits your lifestyle and budget.

Our architects newest kitchen designs, challenge the concept of the traditional "work triangle" by taking a fresh approach that focuses on ergonomic workstations to create functional zones for food preparation, cooking, clean up and eating.
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What Men And Women
Consider A Dream Kitchen
You might be surprised to find that the typical stereotype that "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus" isn't that applicable when it comes to designing a luxurious kitchen. After all, it's hard to argue about good food, a great kitchen workspace and all the latest gadgets and appliances available to make life easy and stylish. What men and women may argue about is what exactly are necessary amenities and the actual design and aesthetics of the kitchen.
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Editor’s Favorite Products

Master Series Range

All About Freshness

Built for maximum reliability and performance, the Bertazzoni® Master Series range features large round knobs, professional-style handles and a bold temperature dial on the control panel. All models feature a dual-ring wok worktop burner, a large-capacity gas convection oven and gas broiler.

Sub-Zero's® revamped built-in refrigeration series is designed to reduce waste by keeping food fresher longer with its unique freshness preservation system. It's available with four distinct style options — overlay, flush inset, framed and stainless to give you unlimited design flexibility.

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When it comes to kitchen sinks, bigger is better. The new trend is installing a large, single-bowl sink, which is more efficient for rinsing and washing, especially large pots and pans. The standard single bowl sink is 25 inches, but now people are looking for bowls that are 30" to 36 inches. For a more stylish look, choose an undermounted or integral sink in bronze, copper and stainless steel and match it with a decorative faucet to spice things up.

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