Let’s talk about your living area: are you still unsure how you want to furnish your kitchen? We are confident that as soon as you’ve discovered the details of the new Mira model, the only doubt you’ll have left is which composition to go for. Here are the collection’s essentials, marked by the unmistakable Italian taste designed by Vuesse.
Whether you’re an old hand at house moves or have recently decided to go and live on your own, you know it is essential to have enough space in the kitchen, both for cooking and eating meals as well as to organise your larder and tableware; even if you’ve only got one set of pans at the moment, with time these will turn into a battery pack, trust us. To accommodate this need, the Mira model envisages an exclusive “overhead” solution above wall unit, designed to save precious space high up and at the same time make the composition lighter.
Other distinguishing features of the project include the side facing panel with recessed grip profile and the door with L-shape profile, which can be combined with the Flat or Round recessed grip profile types: these opening systems emphasise the modern and minimal style of the kitchen cabinets, available to create functional and dynamic areas, capable of accommodating day-to-day needs. Yet sleek and understated are not the only words to describe the design of this kitchen: the sophisticated aesthetic combinations and the classy textured selections make Mira truly elegant, confirming it as the ideal choice to distinguish the living area.
Did you know that the hood can also be customised with the exclusive slat effect? Indeed, what looks like a wall unit at first glance actually conceals the hood: the advantage? The appliance does its job and suctions all cooking odours as you experiment your culinary skills, without compromising the attractive aesthetics of your kitchen.
Every Mira composition, from the kitchen with an island to the linear configuration, offers all comforts to have fun at the hob, boasting generously-sized worktops with gas or induction hob cooking areas and accessorised sinks. These include the “Contempo” monobloc sink in synthetic antibacterial material: don’t you think it’s a veritable design gem?