|By Marketwired .||
|May 21, 2014 09:15 AM EDT||
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/21/14 -- Bosch home appliances is inspiring homeowners with a completely redesigned kitchen this May as they develop their dream kitchen as part of National Home Improvement Month. With more than 100 new products and countless innovations that make life easier, the April 2014 launch of the new Bosch kitchen set the benchmark in kitchen design. From complete remodels to single appliance upgrades, this new line is designed to meet the needs of every kitchen design project.
"As homeowners look to upgrade their homes this remodeling season, the new Bosch kitchen reimagines the traditional confines of kitchen design," said Zach Elkin, director, brand marketing, for Bosch home appliances. "With new cooking, ventilation and refrigeration products, the new Bosch kitchen is incredibly flexible and is ushering in new ways to think about kitchen design."
With expertise in European design, the new perfectly flush Bosch kitchen works in harmony with modern, transitional, or traditional kitchen designs, allowing the products to blend seamlessly into any space.
For complete kitchen remodel projects, the new Bosch kitchen offers the flexibility to meet the demands of nearly every design scenario. With options like stacked, horizontal and custom panel installation, Bosch is meeting consumer demand for reimagined kitchens. Traditional stacked oven installation allows for vertical integration and creates the feeling of additional space in the kitchen. Horizontal installation, a new option with the 2014 Bosch kitchen, provides side-by-side installation along an even plane, creating clean lines and perfect ergonomic operation in the kitchen. For example, the new Bosch Steam Convection Oven and new Bosch Speed Microwave Oven combined with the storage and warming drawers pair in perfect symmetry with the new Benchmark Wall Oven to offer all the benefits of class-leading products in a streamlined, horizontal package. Double wall ovens can be installed stacked or side-by-side, enhancing the cooking capacity in the home cook's arsenal.
Not every kitchen requires a full scale remodel; many only require a replacement appliance or two. For kitchen refresh projects, the universal cutout design found in Bosch wall ovens and slide-in ranges makes it easier than ever to replace or upgrade existing appliances. The new Bosch Benchmark Single Wall Oven fits into all major brands'* cutouts, while the full-depth Bosch Slide-in Range fits into any free-standing range cutout without cabinet or countertop modification. The new line also introduces a slide-in induction range to the Bosch family, a new feature for the premium market that offers a built-in, high end look.
For rooms that transcend traditional design borders, the sleek look and flush installation fit effortlessly in non-traditional areas such as the dining area or kitchen foyer to suit personal needs and style. For more information about the new Bosch kitchen, visit www.bosch-home.com/us, like Bosch at Facebook.com/BoschAppliances or connect on Twitter @BoschAppliances.
*Major brands defined as TraQline Top 15 brands (2012). Based on cutout height, depth and width of current single wall oven models.
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