Must-Have Kitchen Cabinet Colors

Kitchen cabinets are the face of the kitchen. They tie together the design and represent current trends through architecture, fixtures, and color. Color can be an essential aspect of design. The colors we choose for our home can embody our style and personality. While we are nearing the last couple of months of 2018, we wanted to focus on 2019 kitchen cabinet colors that would look great in your space.  These colors are versatile and will work in nearly any home. Let us take a look!

Must-Have Kitchen Cabinet Colors:

  1. Pastel Colors. If you are looking for a subtle pop of color, pastels are a beautiful choice. They are light and whispy for a refreshing take on classic colors. For a stylish and fresh kitchen, be sure to incorporate your favorite pastels.
  2. Mint. Mint has become a popular appliance color over the past couple of years, but the color does not stop there. Mint can be incorporated into your kitchen through your cabinetry. Mix your mint with some neutral tones, and you will have a breathtaking design in no time.
  3. Light Gray. If you love neutrals, light gray cabinetry is definitely for you. It provides a unique twist on standard neutral cabinetry by adding a cool hue. We love light gray because it works well with nearly every design.
  4. Deep Blue. This color gives us some serious nautical vibes, and we are obsessed. Deep blue is not for the frail at heart. This color can be one of the boldest of the bunch, and we love its drama. Recently, design experts have been incorporating orange into the kitchen’s design. Since orange is the complementary color to blue, the room is well balanced and beautiful.
  5. White. A traditional, classic color that never goes out of style is white. White cabinetry is a beautiful and timeless option for homeowners. If you are looking for a color that will always stay relevant, white is for you!
  6. Black. Black is large and in-charge. With black, you can create clean lines and elegance inside your kitchen. The color can be incorporated into a modern kitchen for a bold look.
  7. Sage. Recently, sage green has begun to win over the hearts of many homeowners. The color is soft and easily blends into the kitchen’s design.
  8. Charcoal. If you are looking for a darker version of gray, charcoal is here for you. Charcoal is a neutral, middle-ground between white and black. You can use charcoal for a bold and beautiful look.
  9. Eggshell. If white is a little too bright for you, eggshell may be a perfect choice. This off-white color is ideal for homeowners looking for a clean, pristine design in their kitchen.
  10. Taupe. Taupe is a gray color with a tint of brown. We love this color because it takes neutrals to the next level. Try this color in your kitchen for a breath-taking design.

What is your favorite kitchen cabinet color? Let us know below in the comment section.

Consider a dual fuel range.

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If you are in the market for a new range, and have the potential for either gas or electric, why not choose both by purchasing a dual fuel range?

What is a dual fuel range? Quite simply, a dual fuel range has gas burners on the top, and an electric oven. Many cooks prefer this combination because they feel it offers the best of both worlds: Dual fuel ranges have high-powered, instant on-instant-off, gas burners for the best solution in surface cooking, and the precision even baking results of an electric oven.

Here’s my personal story. About 10 years ago, we did a kitchen remodel. Our home had upgraded appliances, but they were dated, so we replaced the appliances as part of the remodel. Though the house had an electric range, I discovered that we also had a gas connection stubbed out behind the range. Voila’! We ordered a new *Jenn-Air dual-fuel slide-in range. We were delighted with the gas burners on the surface that we used almost daily, and the electric oven which baked evenly every time.

Many manufacturers offer dual-fuel ranges. Here are a few you will find available at Arizona Wholesale:

  • Bosch
  • Dacor
  • Electrolux
  • Jenn-Air
  • KitchenAid
  • Monogram
  • Thermador
  • Samsung
  • Wolf

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30-INCH 5-BURNER DUAL FUEL CONVECTION SLIDE-IN RANGE WITH BAKING DRAWER

This versatile dual fuel range also features a baking drawer that adds more options to the oven. The separate compartment allows you to bake at a different temperature. This range also features flawless cooking results from Even-Heat™ True Convection. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature.

Baking Drawer

 

 

 

 

 

Adds more cooking options to the oven. The separate compartment allows you to keep warm, slow cook or bake at a different temperature and keep dishes warm.

Even-Heat™ True Convection

Produces flawless results. The unique bow-tie design and convection fan ensure the inside of the entire oven is heated to, and stays at, the perfect temperature.

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Of course, your mileage may vary, but our experience with a dual fuel range was two big thumbs up! For more information on dual fuel ranges or other major appliances, floor coverings, or window treatments call the professionals at Arizona Wholesale.

* Full-Disclosure (Art Johnson) – When I remodeled my kitchen (approx. 2009) I was employed by Jenn-Air. Naturally, I received a substantial personal use discount for my purchase of new Jenn-Air appliances.


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Bathroom Remodel

Bathrooms are some of the most exceptionally artistic rooms to express your design style. These rooms primarily call for hard surface flooring which can give this room an elusive design project. Being able to take a small space like your bathroom and completely transform it requires specific guidelines to make sure you balance functionality, beauty, and architect into a finished masterpiece. Here are three guidelines to consider before beginning your bathroom remodel:
 
  • Maximize Space
Unless you are entirely revamping your bathroom and demoing walls is feasible for you, you will want to consider your blueprint limit. Most bathrooms are small spaces and you need to facilitate every square inch. Invest in cabinet space to keep everything tuck away and neat. A clean bathroom will feel more opened and less chaotic. Try to weigh out the value of cabinetry and its storage purpose. You need to determine the amount of the space something will take up and how much it can store. Think of economical solutions like smaller tubs versus a large jacuzzi or curb-less showers instead of bulky tubs and shower combinations.
 
  • Lighting, Walls, Flooring
Lighting, walls, and flooring will encapsulate the bathroom design you are attempting to create. Pick a paint theme and make sure that your lighting is adequate. You want your ambiance or general lighting to blanket the entire room but also incorporate task lighting where you will be applying makeup or grooming. Allowing better lighting in these areas will help make your bathroom more functionally equipped. Your floors should be waterproof and anti-slip or slip-resistant. You may need to waterproof your bathroom if it has never been done before, especially, if you plan on having a curb-less shower.
 
  • Functional Utilization
Being limited in your space, you need to utilize all the parts of your bathroom and make it as functional as possible. Even if your room is separate from certain areas, you should make sure you consider how it will affect the Feng Shui of your home. Make sure the elements flow and that your bathroom does not clash with adjacent rooms. This is a great area to express yourself, but it should have a consistent flow with your homestyle. Make a focal point in this room (preferably not the toilet) and use this piece to influence the rest of the room’s design. Usually, this would be either a shower, the vanity, or even an elegant bathtub.
 
When you consider all these elements, you should be able to find a balance in the room. You will be able to express yourself but also know the importance of functionality and limited space. Try drawing out a blueprint of how you want your bathroom to flow. You can pin or save pictures of different ideas you would like to incorporate into your home. This is a great way to have a good sense of direction before starting your project.
 

Perlick Launches New Column Refrigeration

Arizona Wholesale has been selling Perlick Kegerator products for years. Customers with home bars and “man caves” love the commercial quality of Perlick. Now, Perlick is using their expertise in commercial bar and restaurant refrigeration products to create superior residential column refrigerator, freezer, and wine reserves.

New Commercial Quality Column Refrigeration

With Perlicks new residential column refrigerators you will have commercial-grade performance in your home. Perlick’s 24-Inch Column Refrigerator features four temperature zones with separate controls maintaining temperature within one degree Fahrenheit of setpoint. Humidity levels in the produce bin are electronically monitored to add moisture back into the compartment when needed, while filtration removes gases emitted by some types of produce.

Here are the specifics right from Perlick on their new column refrigerator:

24” PERLICK COLLECTION COLUMN REFRIGERATOR

 

 

 

 

QUICK FEATURES

  • Industry exclusive QuatroCool™ four independently-controlled temperature zones
  • Powerful—yet efficient—commercial-grade cooling
  • Sleek PerlIQ™ touch-screen control panel
  • Dual-chamber air filtration and real humidity
  • Stainless steel interior
  • Frameless spill-proof glass shelving
  • 12.6 cu. ft. of storage capacity
  • Integrated design comes ready to accept custom panel and hardware
  • Three Full Year Warranty plus additional nine years on sealed system

ABOUT THIS PRODUCT

Enough with the plastic interiors and crisper drawers that don’t actually keep greens crisper. It’s time for geniune performance—and for that, you need a Perlick. No other residential refrigerator features four separate zones of precision cooling, electronically monitored humidity control or an all stainless-steel and glass interior. This makes the Perlick Column Refrigerator the industry’s most advanced food preservation system. Its thoughtful engineering and incredible design keep fine food fresher, longer, and make high-end kitchens even more delectable.

QUATROCOOL™ FOUR ZONES OF PRECISION COOLING

Perlick QuatroCool™ preservation system features four separate zones of precision cooling: a main compartment, deli drawer, fish/meat drawer and a tip-out produce bin. Program temperatures via the touch-screen control, and each zone will maintain its set temperature within 1°, providing ideal refrigeration and unsurpassed preservation of fresh foods

HUMIDITY CONTROL/DUAL CHAMBER AIR FILTRATION

Our unique tip-out produce bin features proven food preservation technology to keep greens fresher and crisper, longer. Powered by QuatroCool™, advanced electronic monitoring controls humidity levels and has the intelligence to add real moisture back into the compartment. No plastic sliders here.

Check back to our blog soon for information on the Perlick Wine Column.

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Cove Dishwashers

The new Cove dishwasher line from Sub Zero/Wolf is surely the most anticipated appliance launch in many years. Now, Cove has finally been introduced to the trade and to the public.  The Cove dishwasher will be available for sale by 2019.

The Cove dishwasher has been the missing link from the complete kitchen package from the Sub Zero family. Sub Zero refrigerator/freezer products, Wolf cooking products, and now Cove dishwashers gives the brand family a complete one-stop offering. Here’s our early take on the new dishwasher.

 

Keeping up with the legacy of Sub Zero and Wolf, Cove appears to be a sturdy and precision-built product. There are two models of the Cove: one with a built-in water-softener for those of us with hard water, and a second without a water softener. Consumers will be pleased with the thoughtful design of convenient features, flexibility, and sturdy construction of the dishwasher. The Cove dishwasher is designed to last 20 years, and has a 5 year parts and labor warranty (6 years when installed by a factory-certified installer).

Models:
DW2450
DW2450WS (water softener)

Key Features

  • Fan drying
  • Near silent operation
  • 3 adjustable racks
  • Adjustable tines
  • 3 wash arms
  • 4 common cycles identified on control panel for simple operation:
    1. Auto
    2. Normal
    3. Heavy
    4. Quick
  • Yet over 200 possible cycle and option combinations for maximum flexibility
  • 4 stage filter system
  • 5 year parts and labor 6 year if installed by certified installer
  • Tested and designed to the same standards of Sub Zero and Wolf
  • Very quiet dishwasher
  • 200 wash cycles/options
  • 41 jets and three spray arms
  • 900 watt internal heating element
  • Two Pumps and Motors

The overall look and feel of this dishwasher is definitely in keeping with the Sub Zero/Wolf legacy. In other words, everything about this dishwasher has a sturdy, solid feel. There are no rough edges or flimsy parts. The design is simple yet elegant, it is missing screw heads, and seams that appear on some other brands.

For those who want to really dig into the features here is a more detailed list:

Stemware rack has multiple height adjustments

Multiple Touchpoints for Fold Downs and Customization
Touch-point Tines have 7 different adjustment settings

Wine Holders
5 Stemware holders can securely hold 24 red wine glasses

4-Stage Water Filtration System
The 4-stage water filtration system filters out calcium for a better cleaning experience. Water will be 15% finer than competitor dishwashers.

Multiple Options:
Delay Start (1-12 Hours), Extended Dry (+30 Minutes), High Temperature Wash, Heated Dry, Sani Rinse (NSF Certified), Top Wash Only

900 Watt Internal Hidden Heating Element
The Cove dishwasher contains a large direct heating surface which is hidden to protect dishes. It is capable of delivering Sani Rinse with NSF Certification.

2 Pumps and Motors
Keeps clean water away from dirty soiled water.
Turbidity/Temperature Sensor (Available i900n Normal and Auto wash Cycles)

3 Wash Arms
The 3 wash arms include multiple water jets per wash arm. There is 20% more water distribution than competitors. The cutlery tray has a full-width wash arm.
Spray Arm Diverter
Alternates between lower and middle and upper wash arms.

Clean Tank Design
Interior dishwasher is a smooth tub. Therefore, there are no creases, screw-less construction, and water feeds outside of tank interior.

12 Total Programs:

Auto
Heavy
Normal
Quick (55 Minutes)
Pots & Pans
Rinse & Hold
Soak & Scrub
Plastics
Light Wash
Energy
China/Crystal
Extra Quiet

Additional Features:

Sabbath Mode
Child Lock
Fan Assist Dry
Floor Light Indicator
Condensation Dry
Extended Dry Options
Plastic Dry Cycle
42 dBA
Over 23 lbs of Total Insulation
Extra Quiet Cycle

Be sure to contact Arizona Wholesale for availability and more information on this exciting new dishwasher.


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Samsung at PCBC 2018

Samsung has had a strong presence in the US appliance scene for quite some time. Their growth in the retail appliance segment has been impressive to say the least. However, when it comes to builder sales, GE and Whirlpool have dominated this business for decades due in large part to their strong national logistics supported by a network of local and regional independent appliance distributors (such as Arizona Wholesale).

Now, Samsung is on a quest to gain a meaningful share of the home builder appliance business in the U.S. They have assembled an experienced builder sales team, led by some former Whirlpool builder division executives, and Samsung has devoted considerable resources to develop the programs required to penetrate the US homebuilder market. If there is any doubt that Samsung is serious about builder sales, let’s look at their presence at last month’s PCBC 2018. 

Floor Space at PCBC 2018:

Samsung and their subsidiary Dacor = 4,000 sq.ft.

GE, GE Profile, Monogram, Haier + Whirlpool, KItchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana + Bosch, Thermador, and Gaggenau > Total ALL Brands = 4,000 sq. ft.

So Samsung and Dacor by themselves, had more floor space at the 2018 PCBC than most of the entire appliance industry combined. Seriously, if you’re a home builder you should at least ask yourself if Samsung products are right for your customers.

 Samsung has a strong appeal to Millennials, who are expected to make up 43% of all home purchasers by the end of this year. The new Chef Collection from Samsung is elegant and perfect for the technologically savvy Millenials. The lineup includes products that make sense to this cohort, such as Samsung’s Chef Collection Flex Duo Oven that comes with a smart divider that converts a single oven compartment into two compartments to cook food in one section at one temperature and food in the other section at at different temperature at the same time. Clever!

And of course, there’s the Samsung Family Hub refrigerator which is taking the industry by storm. This refrigerator is proof of the value of a connected appliance. With three cameras inside the refrigerator, if you’re in the grocery store, you no longer have to guess what you need to bring home.

In short, if you’re a builder, Samsung offers what your customer wants, and NOW Samsung has a comprehensive program to handle home builder requirements. With authorized service throughout the country, and a top notch distributor such as Arizona Wholesale, your service and logistic needs are covered. Call Arizona Wholesale today to find out how to get on board with Samsung Appliances.


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The PCBC returns to San Francisco.

Appliance Manufacturers turn out to support the PCBC

On this past Weds. and Thurs. (June 27 and 28), San Francisco hosted the Pacific Coast Builder Conference. The PCBC is the largest builder trade show in the Western US. For most of the last decade, this event has switched back and forth between San Diego and San Francisco. Now, it has been announced that San Francisco’s Moscone Center will be the home for the PCBC for the foreseeable future. 

It’s a welcome return. Though one of the halls of San Francisco’s Moscone Center is undergoing a facelift from the outside, the inside hall has already undergone a welcome change. There is a large open seating and refreshment area directly in front of the exhibit hall allowing attendees and exhibitors to have breaks and mingle. It’s a huge improvement from the last time I was in San Francisco for the PCBC several years ago.

Here’s a list of the PCBC major appliance exhibitors arranged by the size of their exhibits:

Samsung – 2000 square feet

Dacor – 2000 square feet

GE/Haier – 2000 square feet

Electrolux – 1200 square feet

Whirlpool – 1200 square feet

LG/Signature – 1000 square feet

Gaggenau/Thermador/Bosch – 400 square feet

Viking – Not Participating

It was certainly evident that Samsung and Dacor (Samsung recently purchased Dacor) were out to make an impression with two of the three largest exhibits…and they did!

We can probably read a few things into the above exhibit size and presence at the PCBC, but shouldn’t overdo it. For example, in past years Sub Zero did not usually display at the PCBC, but might have function at a nearby hotel. On the other hand, Viking was a luxury brand exception by participating in past PCBC’s. However, Viking is now noticeable by their absence. I don’t know if we should read too much in either of these anomalies. In the case of Sub Zero, they may simply be attending PCBC because of their new Cove dishwasher launch. And since Viking has started participating in a big way in the national IBS, they may feel the PCBC is unnecessary.

It’s worth noting that GE had a superb wide open booth that was welcoming, and very builder friendly, with appliances arrayed in suites. The focus on kitchen suites is something production home builders appreciate because they only sell appliances to THEIR customers in packages. GE also showed a very nice looking apartment sized appliance package, branded with their parent company’s Haier name.

Whirlpool’s display was small compared to GE, especially for the brands they needed to cram into the space. Unfortunately, it was also very closed off with walls blocking entrance to booth and a maze-like display for their Jenn-Air brand. While I appreciate what they were going for, it made what would have been a crowded booth under any circumstances, even more cramped and uncomfortable. On the positive side, Whirlpool’s Sunset Bronze finish is stunning, and could be a welcome addition for home builders. In addition, Jenn-Air is sure to make some waves with it’s new product launch and cheeky ad campaign. Stay tuned for all the new product info from the 2018 PCBC.


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Smart Connected Appliances in 2018

Arizona Wholesale has the most complete selection of smart connected appliances for Arizona home builders and their customers. All of the major appliance brands used by production builders have appliances that fit the definition of smart connected appliances. 

SMART APPLIANCES

It’s important to note that all smart appliances are not necessarily connected but all connected appliances are also smart.

Without getting carried away with complex definitions, smart appliances have automatic operations and some type of programmability, usually through some type of user interface. Connected appliances are smart appliances that can be operated or monitored remotely. An oven that you can program to cook a 3 pound roast to medium rare is an example of a smart appliance feature. Of course, appliance manufacturers are continuing to add more advanced smart features to make their appliances more desirable than competitors.

SMART CONNECTED APPLIANCES

If you can open an app on your phone and set your oven to preheat to 350 degrees and then cook your roast to medium rare, then you have a smart connected appliance. 

Today, some connected ovens can communicate with Nest brand thermostats so that Nest will begin to lower the temperature in the kitchen as an advance response to the added heat from the oven. This is just one example of devices communicating with each other with no human involved.

Using devices such as Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant, a simple voice command, “Alexa preheat the oven to 350 degrees”, can save you the effort of even reaching for your smart phone. So clearly, there are benefits to having smart connected appliances.

However, suppose you program your oven from your office twenty miles away to preheat to 350 degrees so that you can put a roast in the oven as soon as you get home. To your dismay, you arrive home to a smoke filled kitchen because of the leftover pizza slices that you left in your oven last night.

And it’s not just your actions that should concern you. If you know how to say, “Alexa, preheat the oven to 350 degrees,”  how long will it take before your 3 year old says, “Alexa, preheat the oven to 350 degrees.” Beware of unintended consequences. Just like any new technology, it pays to think things through. Make smart connected appliances work FOR you by thinking through your use case.

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Should you repair your major appliance or buy new?

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I recently wrote a blog about my experience getting a dishwasher serviced vs having it replaced. In this case, it was an easy decision because of my specific circumstances.

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However, there remains the general question, when should you choose to replace an appliance versus having it repaired? Depending on the product category, most major appliances today should last from 8 to 15 years. For example, refrigerators and ranges usually last longer than dishwashers and washing machines.

If your appliance breaks down in the first year, it’s likely to be under warranty so you definitely will want to have it repaired. In some cases, appliance parts have longer warranties, such as the 5 year parts warranty on my dishwasher’s control panel. In that case, it was worth it to pay the labor for the repair even though the dishwasher was 4 years old.

However, if you are on the hook for an expensive repair for a 5 year old appliance that has only an 8 year life expectancy, you might be far better off purchasing a new appliance, even if the repair means your old appliance is good for another 3 years.

Here’s why:

  1. How confident are you that your repair job isn’t going to be the first of many? Too often, one repair leads to another, and this is a rabbit hole you don’t want to go down.
  2. Are there additional costs or burdens associated with an appliance that isn’t working or is likely to fail soon. Suppose your refrigerator is beginning to act up. You may want to replace the refrigerator sooner rather than later so that you won’t also have to replace all the food. At a minimum, a broken washing machine, creates major inconveniences.
  3. A newer appliance may have advanced features that you find desirable. New “smart” appliances may tip the scale and make your decision easier to replace rather repair your existing appliance.

Either way, the folks at Arizona Wholesale are ready to help. Not only do they provide great service, but they also have the best selection and prices on major appliances, floor coverings, window treatments, and more.


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Column Refrigerators from Miele, Sub-Zero, and Dacor

We’ve chosen to highlight column refrigerators from three very different brands. European brand, Miele, is well known for their top performing diswhasher, but also has a great story on their column refrigeration. Sub-Zero literally invented the built-in refrigerator category, and with their extensive new refrigerator launch a few years ago, they easily have the most complete line of column refrigerators in the industry. A cooking brand, Dacor, introduced their column refrigerators only a couple of years ago, and they are already enhancing the lineup with a unique interior. Let’s take a quick look at the column refrigerator lineups from these three notable manufacturers.

Miele

Miele’s MasterCool column refrigerators are available in 3 widths 22“, 30”, and 36″. Laden with high end features, reviewers rate Miele high for its lighting, temperature control, and quiet operation. Exclusive to Miele is RemoteVision, a feature which allows Miele to remotely monitor your refrigerator’s performance and notify you if it needs service. As a brand, Miele is known for appliances with a long lifespan, and reliability.

Sub-Zero

Sub-Zero Columns

The name Sub-Zero is a giveaway for the brand that pioneered the built-in refrigerator category. With their massive re-launch of new refrigeration products beginning in 2014 Sub-Zero has the most complete line up of columns in the industry. From all refrigerator, all freezer, or combination units Sub-Zero can seemingly meet anyone’s needs. Widths available are 24“, 30”, and 36″. As you might expect, the Sub-Zero columns are loaded with popular features. Worth noting, is the Sub-Zero 2 year warranty, which is extended to 3 years if the product is installed by a certified installer.

Dacor

While Miele and Sub-Zero don’t lack for high end, custom features, Dacor will not be outdone. Their new column refrigerators are equipped with dual wi-fi enabled cameras that allow the user to examine the refrigerator contents using an app on his or her smartphone.

Choose from a handle or handle-free design, and open the refrigerator with a simple tap. The Dacor interior sports a high tech integrated LED lighting system that automatically adjusts the light to the external environment. Dacor has also introduced an exclusive porcelain model which features porcelain interior panels as well as porcelain crispers.

Dacor Porcelain Columns

There’s more, much more, to learn about these brands, and the other column refrigerators and freezers on the market. Call or visit one of the convenient Arizona Wholesale
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