High demands? Fulfilled.
Your island of freedom
The kitchen layout is based on an inverted letter U. Tall cabinets are built-in along the wall, including the appliances and built-in shelf. At the top the set transitions into the work area with wall-mounted hood, a glass ceramic hob and a window that amazingly brightens the room and gives the wooden decor a natural zest. The shorter arm then forms an island with washing area, creatively incorporated backlit shelf with luxurious ceiling lights. Large stainless American refrigerator which harmonically follows the plinth design is standing directly across. The smart kitchen layout combines both airiness and maximum practicality. Everything is at hand, yet there is plenty of pleasant freedom of space everywhere.
Leaves an impression, doesn’t leave marks
The desired wooden decor in the Cognac Oak design is complemented by the Evermatt cupboards with creamy Champagne tone - which has a fingerprint resistant surface, so if you cannot keep your eyes and hands off out of sheer joy, it will leave no mark. The worktop surfaces are coated with dark ceramic plate. The same type is also used around the fireplace and in the hallway alcove which helps the kitchen to be in elegant harmony with the hall and the entire interior of the house.
Hidden treasures, visible beauty
Solutions that are not immediately visible are a specialty of this realization. All the more significant design help they represent. Next to the microwave oven you can find an entrance into the pantry: what looks like another cabinet, is a door, behind which you will find a storage for food and a passage to the garden for when you need fresh herbs, at the same time. In the corner there is a cupboard with the so-called kidney pull-out system, which completely utilizes the otherwise blind spots in the corners. Drawers in bottom cupboards have a tiered design - they include organizers for cutlery, plates and other kitchen utensils. There is even an unconventional box for towels so nothing disrupts the perfect impression. Because the perfect impression is what will fascinate and won’t let you.