We always like to look forward every year for new inventions, innovations, and styles that may prompt us to shop for all those stuff. They may come from all sorts of forms such as clothes, the latest gadgets, shoes, food, etc. But one of the things that really make a loud noise in the market is when remarkable appliances come out.
From kitchen appliances to smart home appliances, we can always be surprised by their remarkable innovations. Home appliances are worth the buy especially those upgraded ones that not only help us finish the job but make our lives and our home stylish and a lot easier.
Want to know what 2019 have in store for us? Then check out these appliances you may want to consider if you’re the type of homeowner who likes to keep the house up-to-date.
Minimalist is great for homes but do you sometimes feel limited with how our appliances have a fixed color? When we decorate our homes, the first thing we consider is having a fixed image of how we want it to appear. We try to combine and blend everything to achieve the mood we best think will make our homes the most comfortable and pleasing.
Let’s say you choose black and white colors, including the color of your appliances such as the refrigerator. But what if you want to have a little pop of color like wanting a summer vibe in your house?
If you haven’t’ heard of Bosch’s Vario fridges, they come in 24 different colors and you can easily change the theme of your house every week if you would like to. There are plenty of customizable appliances that are getting more popular in homes.
More Realistic Televisions
You might say that televisions in HD quality are not new anymore and there’s nothing new to expect from them. But wait! If you are not yet checking Samsung and LG TVs today, they’re actually unveiling their latest television to us. Over 33 million pixels will combine forces to provide you the biggest and clearest quality that you will surely love for a fantastic movie night.
The idea of “technology” always bring the word “modern” to our minds. The futuristic benefits of having great and high-tech appliances might have tech savvy people to be thankful but it may be a bummer for some who want to keep their old soul.
Do you like the comfort of what high-tech appliances can give and at the same time in love with the feeling of a retro image? A lot of brands today are welcoming this trend and it’s not surprising anymore to have the possibility of living with high-tech appliances yet still having that old-fashioned look you want to keep. There are 1950’s style of fridges and other small appliances in the market that are not limited to one brand only.
Black Stainless Steel
It’s time to skip that plain old stainless because black stainless will be the biggest thing to take place. Stainless steel appliances have stayed in our kitchens and homes for the past 10 years, and more people are finding it uninviting and dull. The shiny metal that once considered as futuristic is outdated already.
The bold look of black stainless will be the rave for this year regardless of your feelings towards stainless steel. If ever you are planning of updating your kitchen appliances soon, then you might want to build your black stainless collection.
You might want to say goodbye to your outdated bottom-hinge oven door! The hunching and extending and praying that your oven door doesn’t scare you when it swings shut on your hands. Many brands today are reimagining the traditional wall oven including side opening ovens and French door ovens. These type of ovens are very sleek and gorgeous, plus, they are beneficial for people in wheelchairs or with coordination problems.
Analog appliances will soon disappear because this year would get smarter including your appliances. Modern homes are now evolving through the use and control of Amazon Alexa or Google home. Who doesn’t even want this in their homes? It’s easier to get the job done!
Would you keep your homes up to date every year? If yes, then what are you waiting for? Consider our list and enjoy shopping!
Author Bio: Ivandrea Ollero is a resident writer for PAAL Kit Homes, one of Australia’s kit home leaders that offers a range of flexible kit house designs options. She researches and write custom content about home improvements, finance, law, travel, fashion, and beauty. She graduated from St. Scholastica’s College, Manila, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2016.