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Create Your Dream Kitchen
Designing your new kitchen is a big task and with all the options in materials and styles available to choose from you can easily feel overwhelmed. The first step to putting your kitchen design project into perspective is doing your homework.
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The Cook's Kitchen
With the integration of the kitchen as the focal point of the home and nowadays most commonly centered around the main living area, your kitchen design and product specification should be high on your priority list. Sometimes overlooked by both the designer and homeowner, the kitchen's workflow and functionality should come first before aesthetics.
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Consumers Crave Green Kitchens
If you're craving an eco-friendly kitchen, you'll want to start with choosing the main ingredients - appliances, cabinets, countertops, flooring and lighting. Today's modern kitchen remains the heart of your home but with many extra additions - professional cooking and prepping areas, living room, cafe, office, breakfast nook, wine coolers and more.
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More than a 4-door. This French Door refrigerator by LG comes with auto-opening freezer drawers. Explore the latest refrigerator designs by LG.



Cook like a pro with a premium built-in double wall oven by LG that balances style and performance. View LG's full line of built-ins.


Before you choose your light fixtures, take advantage of natural light by designing your kitchen with lots of ENERGY STAR® windows. A good way to cut down on energy costs is to place workstations like your prep and cleaning areas and cooking islands underneath or near windows. When you choose your lighting, choose fixtures that are energy-efficient (ENERGY STAR® approved), use dimmers, motion sensors and timers. Always use fluorescent light bulbs, because they use about 70% less electricity and last about 10 times longer than an incandescent bulb.




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