The road to your own kitchen is not an easy one, rather a rocky one. Because the kitchen is nothing but a mirror of the soul of his cook. Simple, straightforward and reduced? Baroque, playful and almost a small country house? As diverse their owners, as diverse the kitchens themselves. Of course, current fashion trends play a role, often you realize this only a few years later, when the idea for purple fronts, after all, does not quite make sense. Of course, the budget also plays a role, from Roller to Bulthaupt, from Nobilia to Schifini, the spectrum ranges, actually, well beyond. Now, of course, such a kitchenette is already a real plus – but also dei appliances want to be chosen with sense and reason. Gas or induction? Refrigerator with or without ice maker? Many questions surround the search for a kitchen, by the way, the average German spends 16 years with this decision, much longer than with any car, by the way.
Incidentally, after the 2nd World War, dramatic changes have occurred in the kitchen, reports Wikipedia
Due to the need to quickly create sufficient living space after the end of the war, system kitchens and standard kitchens were particularly popular with interior designers and architects. This development can be easily followed by looking at the pre-planned fitted kitchens of housing estate buildings in western Germany or even prefabricated buildings in eastern Germany. In their basic design, these kitchens mostly still followed the classic Bauhaus model, were clearly and functionally designed and could be manufactured in any quantity through the use of standard parts. Only the wide distribution of such kitchens allowed the mass production of the corresponding electrical and built-in appliances. Uniform sizes meant that appliances from competing companies could also be integrated into a fitted kitchen, as the sizes of the cabinets were specified.
No matter, so how big, your own kitchen is always a mirror of the person and his relationship with this space…