Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 03:35:46 AM. The Kitchen. By Aidan Payne.
Interested in going with a wood floor in your kitchen? Do you like the look of wood but you are not sure whether it is a good idea - you might be concerned about things like water damage? You are not alone. Many people love the look and feel of wood floors but think that it would be too big of a hassle to install them in the kitchen due to the inherent dangers. Exposure to water can cause warping or buckling, and the beautiful wood floor in your kitchen can quickly become... not so pleasant. The great news is, however, that it can be a great option - and are even easier to maintain then other types of floors such as tile. There is never any dirty grout to clean, and they can easily be wiped down with a mop with a machine washable microfiber pad.
The television in the kitchen has also evolved beyond a budget 14 inch box perched on top of the refrigerator with funny rabbit ears. With the cost of LCD and plasma TV's coming down in price, the smaller ones are becoming highly favoured for use in the kitchen. The new technology screens are so flat that they can easily be mounted anywhere, where there is a vacant space. There are also water proof versions available. The kitchen TV can be mounted directly onto the wall in a fixed position or onto a hinged bracket that can be swiveled for optimum viewing. If available wall space is a problem, then there are kitchen TV models that can unfold from the ceiling and swivel. Technology has also solved the overall size issue and extra stuff is packed into a small package. You can now get a television that has a built in DVD player. Optional extras can be hard drive storage to USB connections for mp3 players or ipods. Because of the kitchen TV there is no longer a need for a hifi system. The sound quality on most kitchen televisions has enough volume and quality for even the discerning ear.
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