Colours and materials
Total white in the room with a hob is an evergreen option. Here are some tips to make it more lively and trendy.
It makes the space appear bigger and brighter, as well as sophisticated and stylish. A white kitchen is always fashionable and popular also because it adapts perfectly to the most varied interior décor styles. In contemporary kitchens, it enhances the idea of understated appeal, whereas in classic models it affords a warm sense of welcome.
The actual shade of white may change according to the materials, which emphasise its characteristics. In the LiberaMente kitchen glass plays the predominant role in the solution, where the Prestige White fronts of the kitchen area liaise with the “Fluida” Wall System in Pure White decorative melamine and the shelves, which are also in glass. A splendid kitchen!
Here, on the other hand, it is the matt, soft touch effect which dominates the composition with the island base units in Fenix NTM®, a material with low light reflection, in the Malé White finish combined with the warmth of the wood used for the large cabinets in Sunset Walnut and the slat breakfast bench in Nabuk Oak.
The matt finish is brightened up by the presence of innovative furnishings and solutions. In this Carattere kitchen composition, the Tussah Walnut veneered wall panel constitutes an unprecedented, effective element in contrast with the total white on the base units, wall units and tall units in Prestige White lacquered finish and with the tops in Blanc Breeze quarz. The same goes for the cabinets with practical open-fronted end units in Prestige White matt lacquered finish which add a touch of personality to the kitchen space.
There are elements that make a setting unique. In the case of this De Linea composition the brass finish applies to the whole kitchen, outlining silhouettes of light among the flat vertical recessed grip profiles of the larder unit, the handle grips, the shelves and the plinth. Moreover, the Pure White decorative melamine blends in seamlessly with the Statuario laminate and the smoked glass that distinguishes the “Fluida” Wall System of the study area-living room.
It recalls the atmospheres of country homes. The Baltimora kitchen in White Ash brings to mind the charm of “time recovered”, functionality, uses and refined customs of long ago, where the warm hues of wood enhance the value of the storage spaces and everyday functionality. Ceramic knobs, wooden cornices, prized decorative elements and glass elements contribute towards enhancing the appeal of this composition. Friezes and brass elements embellish the sink and corner cooking area distinguished by a hob and an Old Style oven along with a traditional chimney hood.