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And Baby Makes…A Crowded Kitchen: How Children Influence Kitchen Usage & Design

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The composition of the American household is changing and this is having an effect on what consumers want when remodeling or building their kitchen. This two-part study delves into how people with children view their kitchens and compares their needs, attitudes and remodeling plans to those with other family structures.

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Report Length: 57 Pages | Published: 2010 | File Format: PDF


The composition of the American household is changing over time and this is having an effect on what consumers want when remodeling or building their kitchen. This two-part study delves into how people with children view their kitchens and compares their needs, attitudes and remodeling plans to those with other family structures.


This 57-page report reveals insights from 2,906 U.S. consumers and 100 professional kitchen designers who share insights about designing for families with children.


Table of Contents




Introduction


> Objectives
> Methodology
> Census Data on Households & Families


What Consumers Say


> Family Involvement with their Kitchens
> Wish List for Dream Kitchens
> Kitchen Remodeling


What Designers Say


> Most Important Features…
> Most Useful Design Elements
> Features Generating More Requests
> Most Unusual Design Elements


Executive Summary


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