Check out our favorite dishwashers and find one that fits your kitchen.
Nobody likes walking all around the kitchen with dishes in hand. Take the stress out of doing the dishes by installing your dishwasher right next to the kitchen sink. Hire a professional to do the installation, as it will reduce the likelihood of running into plumbing issues.
Before you shop for a new dishwasher, get to know these new features, which will make your kitchen run more efficiently.
Not a fan of the look of a standard dishwasher? Outfit your dishwasher with cabinet panels to help it blend in with its surroundings. A cabinet pull installed on the front of the appliance further increases the camouflage.
Opt for an energy-efficient dishwasher to trim down your utility bills, save water, and help preserve the environment. Energy Star models come in a wide range of styles, finishes, and colors, so there's sure to be one to suit your needs.
This heavy-duty dishwasher not only tackles large loads in a snap, but it also looks great doing it. Complete with a taller tub and four racks, it can hold 17 place settings in a single load. The sleek stainless-steel finish on the outside of the appliance blends well with the kitchen's modern look.
Outfit your dishwasher with cabinetry panels, and you can make it any color under the sun. This red-painted island features a hidden dishwasher, cleverly concealed beneath a panel that looks like a cabinet and drawer.
Insulation on all sides of this dishwasher keep noise levels low. Many models on the market today feature some sort of noise-reducing technology, but make sure you do some research to learn more about the pros and cons of each type.
Most modern dishwashers are outfitted with software that remembers the last-used cycle setting, which makes cleaning the dishes almost as simple as pressing a button. Some models even come complete with sensors that can determine the program that will deliver the best cleaning.
Diswashers come in a wide range of styles, colors, and finishes. Stainless-steel models like this one are among the most popular because they complement a variety of design styles.
Learn some clever tricks and tips to cleaning stainless steel in your kitchen.
Unlike standard dishwashers, which drop down to load, dishwasher drawers pull out horizontally, often reducing the amount of bending required to load dishes. Dishwasher drawers are ideal for smaller kitchens, as they can tackle small loads in a flash.
Like traditional dishwashers, dishwasher drawers can be concealed behind cabinetry panels, too. Outfit the drawers with the same hardware as surrounding cabinets to create an entirely seamless look.