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Trendy kitchen photo in Other with flat-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets

Wenge and WhiteContemporary Kitchen

Trendy kitchen photo in Other with flat-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets —  Houzz
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akishinevsky wrote:May 30, 2012
  • harbourgreen
    Where do I find an induction stove in Vancouver, B.C.
  • Alexander Timofeyev
    It might be BLANCO by GUTMANN
newrenovator wrote:Feb 2, 2014
entnous53 wrote:Feb 22, 2012
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    Electrolux US
    Hi Linda, we love the technology of induction and carry a few cooktops of our own, such as our 30" Induction Cooktop here:
    30" Induction Cooktop by Electrolux · More Info
    Let us know if you have any questions about our products and we'd be happy to help answer them.
  • Ennis TBP
    can it be flush fitted for a completely smooth countertop?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

cleaningcoach
Leslie Reichert added this to 10 Quick and Easy Cleaning HacksSep 3, 2017

5. Razor’s edge. A simple way to remove burnt-on food from glass-topped electric and induction stoves is to use a flat razor. If you place the razor at a 45-degree angle, it will get under the buildup without scratching the stove-top.

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Here's Help for Your Next Appliance Shopping TripJun 10, 2013

Stovetops. The stovetop tends to be one of the most expensive appliances in your kitchen, so make sure your investment is worthwhile. Yes, function and style are important, but you also want to make sure the stovetop fits with your preexisting cooking space, counter height and cabinetry.Get the story: 9 Popular Stovetop Options

theskyisthelimitdesign
The Sky is the Limit Design added this to 9 Popular Stovetop Options — Plus Tips for Choosing the Right OneMar 31, 2013

Induction cooktop. The induction cooktop is a level up both in quality and cost from the electric cooktop. Its function is based on a magnetic field similar to that of a microwave, and you will have to purchase magnetic cookware. The great news is that there is no tangible heat on its surface, which is helpful for the fingers of wee family members. Induction offers very even heat distribution, and a pot of water will boil within a minute, which makes this a very energy-efficient appliance.This particular model has been installed flush with the countertop. Your stone or quartz countertop producer will cut a recessed line into the cutout for the cooktop, and the glass top will be installed with a silicone strip as an allowance for heat expansion. Set into a dark counter, this type of installation would make the cooktop disappear completely, for a very clean and contemporary look.

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Pick Your Important Kitchen AppliancesFeb 27, 2013

CooktopsHaving a separate cooktop allows for more flexibility in design and cooking. If you love wall ovens or just want to keep your baking and cooking space separate, you’ll want to find an individual electric or gas range.Guide: Find the Right Cooktop for Your Kitchen

pangaea
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Design an Easy-Clean KitchenMay 13, 2012

Cooktop. Although I love gas cooktops and think they are the best for cooking, when it comes to the easiest cooktop to clean nothing beats glass. You use a special cleaner to avoid scratching it, but there just isn't anything easier than this to wipe down.

mjeresek
Ivon Street Studio added this to How to Choose and Use Ecofriendly Kitchen AppliancesApr 25, 2012

Magnetic Induction CooktopsThe magnetic induction cooktop is the rising star of energy-efficient kitchen appliances. Typical electric or gas stoves heat the air under the pan, but a magnetic induction cooktop's heat is transferred directly to the pan through high-tech magnetism, leading to little wasted heat. Heat is generated quickly and is infinitely adjustable, just like gas. And because the heat needs a metallic surface for conduction, it's cool to the touch, making for a safer kitchen. Just make sure you have the right cookware to conduct the heat.Money- and energy-saving tips:Put a lid on it. Cover pots and pans to keep heat in and cook your food faster.Be passive with your pasta. Kate Heyhoe, author of Cooking Green: Reducing Your Carbon Footprint in the Kitchen, teaches us that we don't need to boil pasta for the full cooking time. Instead boil it for two minutes, then turn the burner off, cover the pot with a lid and let the pasta sit in the water for the remaining recommended cooking time. Your pasta will be cooked in the same amount of time and will have used less energy.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Houzzers Say: Top Dream Kitchen Must-HavesFeb 17, 2012

Induction cooktopsThese energy-efficient appliances have finally made their way stateside from Europe.

jamiegold
Jamie Gold, CKD, CAPS added this to 2012 Appliance Trends: KitchensJan 11, 2012

Induction cooking has been popular in Europe for quite awhile, but its reintroduction into the U.S. several years back has been slow to catch on. This is likely to be the year it really takes off. There are several reasons why: • It can lower your electric bill and cash-strapped homeowners are taking notice• Improvements are delivering pro-chef level temperature control• Their speed is increasingly appealing to time-stressed homeowners• There is an ever-broadening selection of offerings, including 30" and 36" cooktops, slide-in and free-standing ranges that are easier than ever to operate Later this year, Gaggenau and Thermador will be releasing smarter cooktops with full surface cooking and setting memory as you move your pot and pan from one location to another.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

themuirshowrooms
The Muir Showrooms added this to AppliancesMar 14, 2019

This picture shows an induction cooktop positioned above a cabinet, with an ultra-contemporary range hood above.

lmtrombley99
Lisa Trombley added this to TC homeFeb 3, 2019

Alternative to gas. Could go in island

ortmanjo1
Jo Ortman added this to Kitchen IdeasJun 16, 2018

Cooktop. Although I love gas cooktops and think they are the best for cooking, when it comes to the easiest cooktop to clean nothing beats glass. You use a special cleaner to avoid scratching it, but there just isn't anything easier than this to wipe down.

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