Tuesday, June 21, 2011

There's something about opening kitchen cabinets and drawers even when you know it's empty.


It's a common sight and acceptable habit of visitors to showrooms. They know the new drawers are empty yet the urge to pull them open is instantaneous and irresistible. What is it about opening drawers that give us a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment? A tour of a new kitchen seems incomplete if one resists the natural instinct to just pull and peep. Could it be the viewer is imagining his or her household items being placed in different drawers? How satisfying it is that kitchen systems allow users to customise each and every space for their storage items in both shallow drawers and tall larders. It gives you a sense of control knowing you can organise your utensils and by logic your life. Literally, things are in place.

Did you pull open a drawer the last time you visited a kitchen showroom?

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