When it comes to appliances for the kitchen, styles come and go, but something that changes more often than anything else is the way in which they work. Two or three decades ago, the idea of a basic fridge freezer seemed ‘out there’, but now they’re commonplace, so it might be reasonable to expect what seems new and exciting for smart appliances today to become the norm in 20 years’ time. While some of today’s most innovative kitchen appliances might sound neat, imagine what the future has in store.
A brand new Dishwasher from appliances direct will do wonders for your home life, especially when compared to the dishwasher of yesteryear. When you get home from work, you might be worried about that stack of plates and how you’re going to find the time to wash them by hand, but with a dishwasher, you won’t have to worry about that. Simply by loading them in, you can spend the time saved watching TV or talking to a relative about their day. Modern dishwashers can do the job in under an hour, while they save on water usage, while future models will be able to do much more than the basics.
The same goes for all other smart appliances. For example, Korean manufacturer Samsung are working on a new fridge freezer that comes equipped with a so-called ‘smart screen’. Using touch screen technology, you can buy groceries online, look up recipes, find out if you’re running low on specific items of food or drink and even write notes without having to rely on post-it notes or a chalkboard. You can even use the screen to control the temperatures of the fridge and freezer compartments.
Most modern fridge freezers come with a lot of great extras as standard such as salad crispers, wine bottle racks and ice and water dispensers. However, functionality isn’t the only thing that currently makes smart kitchen appliances appealing to anyone wanting the kitchen of the future. Many fridge freezers, washing machines, dishwashers and tumble dryers can also lay claim to being energy efficient appliances, a trend which is set to continue for the foreseeable future.
Many modern appliances today come with the highest possible energy efficiency rating because they use less electricity and water than older models. Also, the water and electricity they do need are used much more intelligently, while future models are likely to run on wireless electricity, meaning that they’re safer and easier to install and use, while there’s less likelihood of them breaking down as a result. With further innovations in kitchen appliances to come over the coming years, who’s to say what else you might find when you need to buy an up-to-the-minute item for your kitchen?