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Recent developments in technology and innovation have made the kitchen more functional and ergonomic than ever before. We have come a long way since the days of the one storage pantry and fridge hooked up in the corner design, with people looking for ways to make their kitchen more user-friendly and efficient. Apollo Kitchens is a designer/advocate of the modern kitchen, as we believe it makes the cooking and entertaining experience smoother and more enjoyable. We would like to share with you 10 features of the modern kitchen that make it such a pleasure to work in. The Ergonomic Design The days of cramped, spaceless kitchens are obsolete, and many people refuse to buy/rent out a house simply based on the fact the kitchen is outdated and lacks space to work. Where once you used to duck, bend, weave and dodge just to cook a piece of toast, you can

One of the joys of having a young family is entertaining the littles ones whilst cooking. Kids love to help out in the kitchen, and we can all remember a Saturday afternoon when we were kids, helping mum and dad bake or prepare a delicious batch of homemade cakes and scones. When designing a child-friendly kitchen you want a harmonious balance of three things: design, safety and nutrition. We have put together this guide for creating the perfect child-friendly kitchen, so that you and your youngsters can have fun cooking in a safe and relaxed environment. A Design the Whole Family Can Enjoy  The wonderful thing about creating a kid-friendly kitchen is the way in which it can be accessible and versatile whilst also looking incredibly stylish. Creating a child-friendly kitchen does not mean sacrificing the style and luxury of a modern kitchen – it can even enhance it! Add the following

Whilst we all want a kitchen we can be proud to show off to friends and family, we have to remember that a great kitchen means far more than just an aesthetically-pleasing design. It’s no use having a stylish island, marble benchtop and chrome fridge if they ruin the functionality of the space. It may sound cliché, but when designing the perfect kitchen, you need to master the balance between form and function. You want the kitchen to look good but that simply serves no purpose if you find yourself running into other people, digging through drawers for hard to reach items and preparing food on a counterspace smaller than your chopping board. Apollo Kitchens has put together a guide for creating this rewarding balance between style and practicality, because we want your kitchen to look stunning whilst benefiting your cooking. Read on to find out how to create a kitchen