Appliance manufacturers spared no innovation or expense in developing their latest technologies and high-end features. Here are five new appliances to consider for your next upscale kitchen remodel.
True announced the addition of a full-size refrigerator to its product lines. The company been in the refrigeration market for decades, manufacturing undercounter and outdoor units with a strong foundation in the commercial market. Now its 42-inch side-by-side brings that commercial-grade 304-stainless steel construction to residential kitchens for home chefs. The True 42 has a dual compressor system to keep air separate between the refrigerator and freezer. true-residential.com
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At Miele, high-tech integration gives its newest range a touch-control panel for home chefs to navigate through cooking options. The MasterChef feature drills down to specifics about the meal being prepared, from poultry to baked goods, to optimize cooking settings. Planning a big meal? Use new features to delay the cooking start time or select a “ready at” time so dinner is ready when you are. mieleusa.com
Liebherr’s new undercounter wine cabinet offers a touch-open feature and closes automatically if the cabinet isn’t fully opened, helping preserve the vintages it stores. The cabinet features two separate temperature zones and a charcoal filter, along with LED lighting and fully extendable shelving. Electrical components are all integrated in the bottom of the unit to minimize vibration and ensure wine stays undisturbed. liebherr.us
Keep your wine glass handy. Dacor’s unique WineStation was a KBIS show-stopper. The unit can keep four different bottles of wine fresh for dispensing for up to 60 days, and features a temperature range of plus-or-minus 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Wine lovers can adjust pour volume settings from 1/4 ounce for tasting up to full 8-ounce glasses. dacor.com
Compact kitchens can also get the high-end touch. Thermador’s 30-inch five-burner Pro Harmony range is the brand’s first five-zone cooktop in that size. The range is engineered to put out up to 59,000 Btus with only 300 CFM venting required. An innovative back wall venting technology reduces temperatures by 20 to 25%, allowing for zero clearance against a rear wall. The smaller size is ideal for condos and secondary kitchens. thermador.com