The Heart Of The Home Needs To Be Smarter. We’re Ready For The Connected Kitchen.
According to the Kitchen Technology Awareness & Usage Report, most users use their smart tech in their kitchen for searching for recipes, sending emails, surfing the internet, and shopping. CEDIA, the home technology association, was present at the NKBA’s flagship Kitchen + Bath Industry Show expos held recently. With millennials showing more and more interest in buying houses, technology in the kitchen and bath area need to grow.
Designers frequently get questions on home technology and seamless integration. However, only one-third of them advise the consumers to go ahead with smart kitchen tech mostly because they are not very knowledgeable about it. If you are planning to integrate smart components, you must start the planning from the very first stage.
With home automation extending throughout the residence, phones and tablets needing power and storage, and faucets and appliances gaining connectivity and voice control, technologists are now being added to the list of designers and trades involved in kitchen projects.
Centralized lighting controls, mobile device charging, and automated faucets are the top features people are looking for. Though they want the convenience of smart tech, but they don’t want their kitchen to lose its aesthetics. Consumers are also interested in appliances that send leak or failure notices or sense overcooking.
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