Stainless steel is typically the go-to material in professional kitchens. This is because it offers a combination of properties that make it ideal for cooking environments. But this equipment is not just the preserve of the professionals. If you are considering refitting your kitchen there are several reasons to consider using this versatile material. Stainless steel can be used to make most of the equipment you can imagine for a total kitchen re-fit. You can choose counter tops, fridge and freezers, as well as cookers and extractor hoods. Stainless steel is also the most common material used for kitchen sinks, both in the commerical and home environment.
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Yuck. Sorry but stainless steel isn't a friendly, appealing surface for a kitchen. I've lived in 16 homes. And the warmest, friendliest spaces are not made of cold steel. Stainless steel appears bright and shiny, but it requires constant cleaning, shows scratches, and outlasts the plastic edging accompanying the steel finish. You are right about the professional kitchens - but a home is not a professional space. And the large majority of households don't have fulltime staff to keep things shiny and clean. I look forward to designers getting back into the home, and out of the restaurant.
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