2021 is right around the corner, and that means the biggest manufacturers and designers will be launching their newest ideas and latest technologies. Here’s what to watch for, and what to get excited about, as we see what’s next!
We get rather antsy when it comes to seeing what brands like GE, Maytag, and Frigidaire are offering up with new models. And appliances are worth getting excited about; what other products in your home do you interact with so many times per day, often to perform necessities like eating and cleaning? Appliances are made to make life easier, and new tech means more help around the house!
For 2021, we’ve put together three appliance trends to watch for.
Steam Ovens. While they aren’t everywhere quite yet, it won’t be long. With more and more families looking to prepare food more healthily, steam ovens are the most requested new product around.
There are many benefits to steam ovens, especially their ability to keep more nutrients and moisture in dishes without using oil or butter. With more families cooking at home, that matters. And with more meals at home comes more leftovers, and steam ovens don’t dry foods out when reheating!
Connectivity. Bluetooth and WiF technology isn’t new in the kitchen, but as it gets less expensive, we’re seeing these perks included in more and more models. Control temperatures in your fridge, sync your clocks and timers on your oven and microwave, and even look up recipes from smart devices included on kitchen appliances. Every bit of tech helps make life a little easier.
Design. We’re anticipating the trend of white and black appliances in the new year. Expect to see matte black become the hottest color of this Black Friday season and well into the spring and summer of 2020. We’re especially fond of Whirlpool’s Ice Collection that offers unique and striking white and black finishes that work well as contrasts together or a sweeping look across your kitchen.
What do you want to see in the new appliances hitting the market? What bit of tech would make your life easier? Let us know!Share on Twitter Share on Facebook