The unusual solution of this kitchen can serve as an inspiration to many. From practical standpoint it is necessary to have cooking utensils at your fingertips. That doesn’t mean they cannot be neatly stored. In this room, the owners chose a smart solution. This kitchen is composed of two units. The main visible one, and a smaller, less obvious closed out kitchenette where you can hide all the utensils necessary for cooking that don’t have to apparent at first sight.
The main kitchen is minimalist with white matt glass used for the kitchen surface. The clean design is highlighted by unobtrusive, recessed exclusive grip profiles. The Neolith Basalt black used for tiling and worktops in both kitchens is contrasting with the white color. The same material is wrapped around the kitchen island with massive wooden bar used mostly for pleasant family breakfasts. The bottom plinth of the kitchen unit uses the same material as the floor. Kitchen thus merges into a unified unit and feels light, almost as if it was hovering above the ground.
Practicality and elegance
The small kitchen in the back is used for preparation of food, is easy to maintain and everything there is at hand. It is in white matt varnish design with top white handles and ceramic Neolith worktop. The storage space in the back kitchen is used to the maximum and even increases the work surface. The tall appliance cabinets for the oven, coffee machine, monoclimatic refrigerator and freezer with ice maker. The wall panel is made from white glass. Sliding glass door are an advantage if you need to hide just a small clutter, all you need is to close these doors and the whole room suddenly feels clean, luxurious and your visitors can come without any disruption.