The kitchen is the most important room in the house. It’s not just a place where you prepare your food, but it has become much more than that: it has a social purpose. A kitchen has become one of the most social rooms in the house: it’s the place where you eat with your family or where you can entertain guests.
Gone are the small, basic kitchens we see in older homes. Modern kitchens are open with islands and modern appliances and fancy lighting. It’s the heart of every home.
The kitchen is also a room of memories and traditions. Parents and grandparents pass their family recipes to their children, stories from the past are told at the kitchen table… I vividly remember the days my grandmother made pancakes. Or at Christmas Eve, when my mother is busy cooking and baking the most delicious meal. These memories will last a lifetime.
I love a nice kitchen, because of it’s purpose, look and social value. That’s why I created this website. Here I’ll share the spoils of my search for beautiful kitchens and fancy appliances on the web. Hence the name ‘KitchenHunter’.
On this website you’ll find inspiration and information. Inspiration when it comes to kitchen designs and information in the form of tips & tricks and reviews.
Enjoy your visit and feel free to comment!
About the Authors
KitchenHunter is run by Kevin Vertommen and Nikki De Graaf, a young couple from Belgium. After visiting countless food blogs over the last years, it was time to start our own blog. Because our favorite room in the house is the kitchen, we decided to write about everything that is related to kitchens and cooking.
Kevin is a young marketeer. When he’s not at work he likes to experiment in the kitchen and try new recipes (results may vary…). This passion for food has lead to an interest for kitchen design. That’s where the idea for this blog came from. Kevin also likes to play football, watch movies and play video games in his spare time.
Nikki is a real bookworm. She likes to read fantasy books such as Harry Potter and Game of Thrones. She is also the guinea pig for Kevin’s cooking efforts, a task that has its ups and downs. Nikki often acts as a copywriter, thanks to her deep understanding of French and English.
Q: How can I contact you?
Q: Can you publish something about my website/product/service…?
A: If your website, product or service could be interesting for our readers we might consider publishing an article about it. Don’t forget that we only post information about kitchens, kitchen utensils and kitchen appliances.
Q: I have a question about the photos on this site.
A: A lot of content you find on this site was collected while we were browsing the internet. We try to give credit to the original authors by linking to their page, but unfortunately we are not always able to do this. If you find your photo on this website and you want it removed, contact it and we’ll remove it as soon as possible.
Q: What kind of publishing software do you use?
A: KitchenHunter is powered by WordPress, in combination with a couple of plugins. WordPress is our content management system (CMS) of choice because it’s easy to use and there’s a huge community behind it.