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Kitchen Design

Technological advances during industrialization brought major changes to the kitchen. Iron stoves, which enclosed the fire completely and were more efficient, appeared.

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Kitchen Remodel

Early models included the Franklin stove around 1740, which was a furnace stove intended for heating, not for cooking. Benjamin Thompson in England designed his Rumford stove around 1800.

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Kitchen Products

It used one fire to heat several pots, which were hung into holes on top of the stove and were thus heated from all sides instead of just from the bottom. Let us help you find the right kitchen remodeling solution.

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THE ESSENTIALS OF KITCHEN REMODELING

Industrialization also caused social changes. The new factory working class in the cities was housed under generally poor conditions. Whole families lived in small one or two-room apartments in tenement buildings up to six stories high, badly aired and with insufficient lighting. Sometimes, they shared apartments with "night sleepers", unmarried men who paid for a bed at night.

Water had to be fetched from wells and heated on the stove. Water pipes were laid only towards the end of the 19th century, and then often only with one tap per building or per story.