Personalization in the Kitchen

At the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, Thermador – the luxury appliance brand that offers real innovations for real cooks – is showing its solutions for ultimate kitchen personalization and demonstrating how its innovative built-in modular refrigeration and cooking products address every design, cooking, and entertaining style desired by culinary enthusiasts.

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When it comes to designing a kitchen, no longer is it a question of “Do you cook?” or “What is your style?” Rather, the question is becoming: “How and what do you cook, and what elements of design and performance best suit your lifestyle?”

Personalization is growing in importance as more activity takes place in the kitchen, with family and friends becoming active participants in the meal preparation. The cooking experience is now an integral part of any gathering, and culinary enthusiasts want their home to feature a ‘kitchen theater’ designed in a way that enables them to welcome more cooks in the kitchen and put on their best cooking performance. This often means larger spaces, multiple cooking appliances and thoughtful layout that places the appliances in locations that are most useful to the cook.

Thermador is a leader in personalization, offering innovative cooking and cooling appliances that address nearly every design and cooking style. For example, there are now more choices for the cooking surface with the recent launch of the Professional Grill feature for rangetops and ranges, and beginning in June 2015, Thermador will offer the only range and rangetop that can be installed with zero clearance against a combustible wall – the new 30” Five-Burner Pro Rangetop and 30” Five Burner Pro Harmony® Range. Thermador also originated the concept of built-in modular refrigeration with the Freedom® Collection line of refrigeration, freezer and wine columns, and made it possible to break up the traditional side-by-side installation to virtually any configuration a culinary enthusiast wants.

The return of the pioneering, industry-leading One-Two-Free® promotion provides outstanding value when welcoming Thermador into the home, featuring savings of up to $6,097. Those who purchase any Thermador range, or any cooktop plus any oven, qualify to receive a free dishwasher. Embracing personalization, this year Thermador offers more choices for free appliances when refrigeration is added to a One-Two-Free® package. Culinary enthusiasts may now choose from an array of appliances that best suit their personal cooking and entertaining style, such as: a free MicroDrawer® Microwave, a second free dishwasher, free ventilation or they may receive a 50 percent discount on a Built-In Steam and Convection Oven.

To begin planning the ultimate kitchen, visit Thermador.com and browse through the dazzling collection of innovative and powerful appliances that allow real cooks to shine in the kitchen.

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Thermador is sponsoring and hosting #KBTribeChat on March 25

to discuss kitchen design and take a look back at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show.

Join us on Twitter from 11am-12pm PT/2pm-3pm ET

by adding #KBTribeChat to your tweets!

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Here are the discussion questions:
Q1) What trends were featured at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show that you are most excited about?
Q2) Are there any design details from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show already being used in your current projects? Share photos!
Q3) Thermador originated the built-in modular refrigeration concept. Do you see more clients separating fresh food and freezer?
Q4) Are you seeing a change in the way home owners utilize appliances inside the home?
Q5) What innovations did you see the Architectural Digest Home Design Show that will inspire your designs?
Q6) Thermador has unveiled solutions for ultimate personalization this year. How do you design for the unique needs of clients?

Here is the transcript for this KBtribechat.

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