Dubai is a very cosmopolitan city but despite this, there are strong traditions that still remain especially if one’s invited into a typical home. Locals particularly love their native cuisine which is aromatic, colorful and savory. In Dubai, stay-at-home moms spend a large chunk of their time preparing authentic Middle Eastern dishes for their families because sit-down meals are very important. The gathering of all family members at the end of the day is an important aspect of the local culture as it’s the perfect opportunity to catch up on each other lives and learn about what had happened to each other during the earlier part of the day. It’s for this particular dynamic that a lot of homeowners really invest on their kitchens.
Before Dubai became an incredibly successful economic hub, a lot of the locals adhered tightly to their traditions, especially when it comes to their home life.However, the cultural growth of the city greatly attributed to the imposing presence of multinational companies that brought along their foreign employees; old ways were altered to create a more convenient set-up. Family meals that used to be prepared outdoors due to the pungent scent of the spices and other ingredients, can now be prepared indoors without causing cough and tear-inducing fumes – this is all thanks to the progressive and dynamic designs of deluxe kitchens. Dubai homeowners really love the new kitchen designs available at showrooms because not only are they functional but they’re also reflective of the unique culture that the city has which exudes a balance of luxurious progress and great consideration of rich customs.
The Kitchens Dubai showrooms display combine crisp clean and shiny elements, like sleek stainless steel and glass cabinets, and solid granite counter-tops – very modern and easy to clean. This type of design sits well with the locals because it’s a cool contrast to the often overpowering desert weather of the city. Those who prefer warmer undertones in the kitchen to provide a cosy ambiance, there are designs that strike a balance between innovation and tradition. Instead of steel and glass materials for cabinets, high quality polished wood is used.
Another nice quality of these deluxe kitchens is that they can be open rooms that flow straight into the dining or living area. This is particularly great during the holidays when families gather ‘round and spend quality time with each other as well-loved traditional dishes are prepared.