Forget the times when built-in kitchens were the “taboo” room of the house, that corner of mystery to be kept away from prying eyes. Also forget the closed doors, the unfolded napkins to cover who knows what private shame, or the thousand imaginative excuses artfully developed to prevent an unexpected visit from passing through the door of the masonry kitchen room.
Today all this is fortunately just a memory and built-in kitchens have returned to take on the role they deservedly do. They have conquered in its history: that of the main room of each house. The television programming of recent years has in fact contributed to reversing a trend, however already worn out in itself, bringing the spotlight and the interest of the general public to the built-in kitchen, rightly so.
The cooking shows have now cleared customs for the presence of other people, and not just the housewife (or the chef, if we look at the high levels) in the masonry kitchens. Increasing the desire to do it yourself, to try your hand at the stove, as well as in shopping, in the combination of flavors, in the presentation of dishes.