One of the first things you need to think about when you are looking for small kitchen appliances is how much space you have and where they will go in your kitchen. Some appliances will `live` on worktops all of the time. Classic examples of this are kettles and toasters. Others may be stored in a cupboard until you need to use them after which they go back in the cupboard again. Both the cupboard and surface space you have available will thus have a bearing on the appliance that you buy.
We can consider appliances as kitchen workhorses. Combined together, these electronic gadgets add up to about 9% of your total kitchen budget. Considering the technological breakthroughs and energy-saving capabilities appliances nowadays offer, this figure is surprisingly low. The performance of a certain kitchen appliance including its specific functionalities is the most important factor to consider, but the design and its overall look also matter.
Another important consideration is the amount of time you are going to use a certain kitchen appliance. If you rarely have guests and you live on your own, buying a double oven cooker is not really a wise decision. It will just sit around the corner of your kitchen. So it would be better to purchase a smaller cooker instead and save a sizable amount of money.
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