Spotlight on kitchen handles
It’s the details that make the difference Handles add style to a room and help renovate the kitchen.
Handles for modern kitchens help define the look of the entire room.
Genuine decorative elements, available in the most diverse range of shapes and materials, they always have a dual function, namely guaranteed aesthetic styling and functionality. Do you know which solutions you can choose from?
For those in search of a more clean-cut design, the function of the handle is played by recessed grip profiles which provide a convenient and functional grip.
Here are some of the new offerings we suggest.
The compositions distinguished by the recessed grip profile opening suggest clean-cut shapes and striking yet simple silhouettes. The restyled version of LiberaMente includes the proposed contemporary kitchen with recessed grip profiles in Mineral Green like the base units and plinths: a truly classy detail combined with the Calce Nero Porcelain Stoneware worktop and the Garden Walnut decorative melamine wall units and tall units. Other new elements of this particular model include the dishwasher handle grip which is lacquered in the same colour as the composition and the vertical recessed handle for the Switch cupboards that accentuate the minimal styling of the kitchen.
DeLinea is the new offering in Scavolini’s range of kitchens. The model stands out for the particular base and wall unit opening mechanism that features an aluminium profile - available to match the colour of the recessed grip profile - inset with a 45° slanted cut for an easier grip and to set the stage for the perfect combination of functionality and design. Customers can create their very own style by combining the grip with two different types of recessed grip profile: flat strip (DeLinea Flat) and inset recessed grip profile (DeLinea Round).
Details also make the difference in the composition of Mia by Carlo Cracco, including the side handle, which is typically found in professional kitchens and allows a convenient and effortless grip.
Carattere stands out for the two kitchen versions whose very essence is defined by the framed door.
One is more traditional, featuring the new fixed and variable pitch handle, an elegant graphic feature that emphasises the size of the frame, becoming its distinguishing feature.
The second version is the handle grip recessed into the door - along the entire length -, which is a significant architectural feature that revolutionises the more classic version of the recessed handle.
The restyling process of the Mood model introduced a generous three new handles which contribute, together with the range of finishes, materials and colours, to lend the kitchen its mesmerising appeal and elegance.
In this version dominated by the perfectly matching worktop and doors in Bromine Grey Fenix NTM®, the new handle with matt black knurled insert with visible screw blends with the Black plinth (H. 10 cm) and outlines a decorative element which enhances the metropolitan soul of this kitchen.
Another distinguishing feature: the handle which proves to be perfectly flush with the worktop in this version with Anthracite painted metal wall units and slanted door wall unit. Simple, geometric silhouettes to accommodate contemporary taste and furnish with style.
Made in order to create an elegant and functional kitchen, capable of interpreting a perfect liaison between the living room and the kitchen area, Flux Swing is identified by an extreme stylistic pureness and new elements that enhance the modern and sophisticated design. This explains how in this offering, in the lower pull-out basket in the curved base units, the handle is recessed into the front: an elegant detail in a model available with a central recessed grip profile and without handles.