Kitchens are a unique space in our homes, and they play a unique (and prominent) role in our lives. By definition and tradition, the space is function-centered – food is prepared and cooked in the kitchen. But modern kitchens are so much more than a food prep zone. They are the heart of the home, full of life and warmth and interaction.
The Slim kitchen is as simple as it can be. Designed by Italian company , it’s ideal for small spaces. It includes a series of minimalist cabinets with tons of storage inside, alternating heights and an island with an extendable countertop which slides out to reveal addition prep space. There’s also an additional wooden breakfast nook built into the island, overlapping with the countertop.
Patterned backsplashes. Since most contemporary kitchens usually feature crisp white walls, the backsplash becomes a common way of introducing pattern and color into the décor. You will often see versions that feature glass tiles, mosaics, stone or ceramic. It’s an element that represents a way of expressing the personal preferences and personality of the homeowner.
Given that the kitchen is also considered a social space, an ideal design would be one that can adapt to accommodate different groups of people and that can also satisfy the needs of a serious chef. Obviously, this would require a lot of space but that’s not the case with “The Cut”, a design by . The customizable, reconfigurable kitchen consists of a central island, ceiling-mounted cabinets and a wall unit, all very chic and simple as well as extremely functional.
The Solid Surface kitchen that designed is made of two thirds rock mineral and one third methylmetacrilate. This allows the blocks to have a uniform and resistance structure. Add to that the flexibility that such simple designs offer and a whole range of unique design solutions will be revealed.
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