Offering thousands of choices and full-access construction, our fashion-forward modern cabinets can be tailored to match any lifestyle or taste. Minimalist cabinets painted in Benjamin Moore’s Harbor Gray match the color of the walls and hide appliances. The support of one of the leading German Kitchen manufacturers ensures our kitchens are amongst the best built and most durable in the industry.
It’s an easy-to-use application that helps you draw and design the complete layout of your kitchen with fantastic finishes and standpoint. The sun-drenched kitchen of a Charleston guesthouse features cabinets paneled in old-growth cypress wood salvaged during the home’s renovation. Our cabinets are available in a wide choice of styles, materials, colours and finishes, with wide or slimline doors and drawers and up to 24 different worktop heights for a comfortable working environment. The key is to create a light environment that is both functional and practical to work in. What isn’t modern is a cluttered, dark space that hasn’t been well thought out in terms of layout; arrangement and the appliances included and left out. Further to this, at the Bauhaus school, improvements applied to the design of kitchen utensils and appliances themselves. Frosted cabinets are great for a more modern element, while painted cabinets make for a nice but inexpensive touch.
This success is still apparent in the modern era and over the past few years, the European kitchen design industry has seen several new trends emerge that have continuously grown in popularity, and which increasingly show signs of being here to stay!
To conclude, modern German kitchen design still very much reflects the initial ideas, innovations and components first introduced during the period of the Bauhaus and Frankfurt kitchens, such as the aluminium containers of the Frankfurt kitchen; today these are emulated through the endless availability of internal organisation and storage configurations.
There will be one winner selected at random each calendar month from new subscribers to the in-toto Kitchens newsletter in the previous calendar month. Designer Amir Khamneipur likes to throw cocktail parties — he once fit 60 guests into his tiny Flatiron apartment — so he incorporated the kitchen into the design of the living room. Commercial kitchens are generally (in developed countries) subject to public health laws. This type of design proved very popular and featured within many homes throughout the 1970’s.