A view of perfection
Dark tones that brighten up every day
It’s the amount of light that comes through the generous glass surfaces into the main living area that made us decide for the dark design of the kitchen unit. We used a black graphite with an evermatt finish on the vacuum varnished doors of the kitchen unit. Apart from its exclusive look, it offers longevity and durability. For the connecting furniture in the entire apartment, we also opted for the darker toned shades. In the cooking area, dining and living spaces we applied the smoked oak veneer materials - they unite the interior and at the same time they add a touch of homey exoticism. It’s like you were floating above the beach by the ocean while enjoying the comfort of your favorite sofa at the same time. The dark tones are continuing also on the worktop. We designed and created it in a silestone Negro tebas matte finish. Identical material is also used behind the washing area.
When everything is in place
The kitchen set consists of tall cabinets for food storage. On the left side there is a monoclimatic refrigerator accompanied by a separate freezer and a wine cabinet. They are followed by a baking oven and further storage space. Everything is at hand. To let the kitchen breathe, we’ve added extra glass cabinets and set apart an island with induction hob including an integrated Bora cooker hood. The island is topped with a massive walnut bar which naturally separates and connects the kitchen and living area, which we’ve accompanied with hanging bookcase cabinets.
For a busy life and comfortable relaxation
For a long time Sykora is a synonym not only for the highest quality kitchens, but our aim is to offer maximum value also for the other parts of our client’s homes. That is why this time again, we’ve been involved in the complex solution for the entire apartment. Based on the owner’s needs, we’ve divided the bedroom into two areas - for dressing and for relaxation. The open wardrobes can be closed with sliding glass doors while the headboard serves as a low partition, bridging the utility and relaxation areas. There we chose veneer for the walls.
Metres do not matter
The elegant trick with the mirror found its use also in the hallway. It made it optically wider and the round mirror was divided by a shelf for added effect and utility. The opposing side is designed for storing small items such as umbrellas - for which, a special stand was made. In the second part of the hallway, we’ve installed wardrobes with clothes rods for coats, variable shelves, drawers and pull-out shoe boxes.