The first proposed version is structured around an island equipped with an integrated table.
The kitchen features the Pure White decorative melamine of the "Fluida" Wall, Grey Stone laminate to the worktop and island base units, and Nabuk Oak for the table top, in perfect dialogue with the island: stylistic detail for a cosy yet stand-out space.
In this composition, the sink and hob are both located within the central bench, semi-flush with the worktop. The table, too, is built in to the monobloc bench: this solution (along with the choice of Nabuk Oak for the table) creates a one-of-a-kind ensemble, in terms of both aesthetic and use.
Completing the set-up, the "Fluida" wall, which creates harmonious dialogue between the two sections of the living area.
The linear composition of Mood in its Moon Blue lacquered version takes on the functions of both kitchen and living room, with the incorporation of a functional accessorised wall panel for the living room, coordinating with the kitchen space.
This version features six base units with Moon Blue lacquered doors, and a Nordic Oak breakfast bench with Slender support.
The touch of class?! The Brass finish handles which stand out against the on-trend navy, a refined look and unquestionable elegance for both this contemporary kitchen and for the living room.
This version underlines the contemporary nature of Mood: a version with base units and tall units in Concrete Brooklyn Decorative Melamine and wall units, shelves and breakfast bench in Actual Oak. Emphasising the contemporary mood of the kitchen, open-fronted wall units in Anthracite painted metal.
Distinguishing features of the version pictured include the simple, geometric lines, and the special wall unit with slanted door, playing to the discerning tastes of those who prefer a contemporary look for their home.
This kitchen offers spacious cabinets for storing utensils, crockery and appliances, available in a vast range of colours with which to personalise your kitchen space.
A kitchen designed with a metropolitan vibe, in the clever selection of Bromine Grey Fenix NTM® for the doors and worktop.
The peninsula with sink includes handy drawers and baskets, and is connected to the cooking area by a Jaipur Elm laminate breakfast bench, which on one side interrupts the monochrome essence of the kitchen, and on the other harmoniously unites the two workspaces.
The environment is enriched by a series of functional tall units for appliances and by the "Setup" accessorised back panel in satin Anthracite finish, with its various useful accessories (kitchen roll holder, shelves, bars, hooks, etc.).
The end result is a stand-out domestic space, a place where functionality and style coexist.