Modern kitchens with a snack top
They are versatile and available in multiple shapes and sizes, perfect for modern and friendly settings. Find out why.
Part worktop part table, the snack top in the kitchen plays several roles also according to the type of configuration in which it is included. It can define an operating space in the living room or become a practical extension to an island kitchen, with a focus on design, always.
In this high-end proposal of the Carattere kitchen, the light weight of the central island stands out, where the “Slender” single support is combined with the Onice Perla Porcelain Stoneware top. The table-height bench, veneered Nabuk Oak, embraces the island itself to create a sophisticated game of lines and heights.
A trendy alternative is the cantilevered snack top also in the warm Nabuk Oak finish and matching the top of the base units in Avenue Amber Porcelain Stoneware, to accommodate the needs for warm hospitality.
An example of uniformity of colour and style. The Hold Up breakfast bench with wall support and top in Actual Oak blends in perfectly with the Mood kitchen composition with Concrete Brooklyn and Actual Oak decorative melamine doors, open-fronted wall units in Anthracite coloured metal and Korus Dekton® top. Stools contribute towards creating a corner that is totally dedicated to eating quick meals and to sharing.
For a kitchen setting that is more and more dedicated to communication, the silhouette of the breakfast bench with metal support in this minimal-design Motus composition with Tundra Grey glossy lacquered shaped drawers creates a stylish and functional peninsula that also works as a “partition” between the operational and relaxation areas. A set of elements for a sophisticated furnishing solution dedicated to contemporary open spaces.