Design textbooks would define this style as urbanism by nature. The Cognac kitchen set in the Pearl Grey Concrete design combines a compliment to both wood and concrete. The pattern of the wooden surfaces together with the distinctive texture matches perfectly and thanks to synchronous pores creates an impression of a single piece. The concrete monuments organize the whole space into thought out blocks headed by the monumental island. Precision and exceptional taste are the boss here.
The concrete colored kitchen unit highlights the originality of your home. It is a great way of achieving architectonic individuality and additionally, it can suppress monotony and uniformity. Use of concrete in the interior became a design matter, together with the other elements of interior equipment it creates beautiful contrasts. With its rather cold character, concrete is suitable for use with natural materials. The Pearl Grey Concrete with the Straight Cognac Oak wooden decor give the kitchen a modern and warm look. To someone, concrete may seem too hard and rough, to others elegant and clean. It is certain however, that it has already gained popularity in many places.
Contrast of the materials
The dark concrete worktop with TOP handles and recessed warm lighting. In this space we needed to resolve the wide wall in a way that wouldn’t feel boring, we achieved it by using protruded tower cabinets and contrasting materials. The Siemens appliances are practical helpers, mainly the combined steam oven highlighted by “cognac frame” and luxurious coffee machine. Exhaustion is solved by the ceiling cooker hood Faber installed into the lowered offset ceiling, completing the entire space. Many of concrete’s potentials are surely still undiscovered and we have no idea what surprises might concrete bring to us in the future.
Same materials used in the entire apartment are used in the bathroom. Unified design is in harmony and feels modern and timeless.