A contemporary kitchen is not the same as a modern kitchen, even though some people use these terms interchangeably. A contemporary kitchen can be modern but it can also adopt other styles as well. For example, it can have vintage details and accents without being a vintage kitchen.
is a simple, user-friendly design with an peninsula and lots of built-in storage. Its practical but stylish and bold character is complemented by the glossy or satin lacquer finishes. The open units offer flexible storage and the design can come with or without open shelves.
The Drawer Kitchen is a design by with architectural characteristics. The kitchen island is particularly unusual but its design is not surprising, considering the style. A series of practical drawers looking like solid blocks form the island, the base being made of white birch wood, with a steel top and flush mounted burners and sink. A compact kitchen designed to be both practical and eye-catching.
Traditional components: Farmhouse (apron) kitchen sink with traditional-style faucet, simple white cabinetry faces. Also the legged wooden island with wood paneling is a lovely traditional touch. Contemporary components: Modern blinds window treatment (and the absence of colored textiles that would’ve comprised a shade or valance), stainless steel accents, and marble countertops are contemporary additions to this huge space.
For instance the luxury Unica mobile home kitchen brought in the market by is the example in hand of these modern mobile kitchens. One of the unique features of the device is that it can be completely customized befitting the requirements of the end user.
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