Kitchen Technology Update: The Miele 6000 Range
With everyone leading more and more hectic lives, it's important that everyday tasks, such as cooking, take up less of our precious time. Integration and modernism are driving kitchen design forward to aid with this quest and, in line with this, fitted kitchens and appliances should be fast to respond and easy to maintain, to help with our aim of keeping everything simple and streamlined.
That's not to say that if you enjoy crafting culinary masterpieces you can't spend hours being creative in the kitchen, but with modern, integrated appliances the 'slaving' is taken away and replaced with pure enjoyment. The Miele 6000 range is one such collection of appliances which is going to help us do just that.
Design and function
The philosophy behind the new Miele 6000 range is the idea that design should be all encompassing and aesthetically pleasing, but that this pleasure should extend to the experience of using the appliance as well. The results are built in kitchens with fully integrated products which complement each other and are a joy to work with – in terms of form, function and materials.
From the understated PureLine design, which focuses on an integrated, minimalist design through to the CountourLine range which offers a first class cooking experience with classic kitchen design, the ideas behind them remain the same: simple, easy to use appliances which require minimal maintenance but are also a pleasure to use.
In the digital age, everything, including kitchen appliances, is going touch screen. Touch screen controls are fast to respond, easy to use and self-explanatory – and are just what we're all used to nowadays. The hobs, microwaves and ovens, as well as much more in the Miele 6000 range – including smart extras such as coffee machines - are all making use of this modern technology, and this type of appliance also offers easy maintenance: after all, there are no chunky knobs or buttons to clean around.
What's more, everything can be integrated and controlled for simplicity of use: cooker hoods can be set to react to settings on the hob, for example, and quick heating induction hobs are offered, whereby the whole surface of the hob is available for cooking rather than just four or six rings. These types of appliance look most elegant when included as part of sleek high gloss kitchens, within a luxury German kitchen, or in modernist kitchens with a retro feel, and all are designed with your ease and pleasant experience in mind.
Find out more about the Miele 6000 range at Park Street Interiors
If the thought of the fabulous Miele 6000 range has whetted your appetite, come and visit the Park Street Interiors showroom for more information and to experience the range for yourself. We can help you design your own chic, contemporary, high gloss kitchen to suit your lifestyle and needs.
To complete the look, the Stone Gallery and the Ceramic Tile Warehouse can supply tiles to complement gloss kitchens and modern German kitchens, to give you a truly exceptional cooking experience, and all are located within the Art of Living, to help ease yet another aspect of your busy lifestyle.