Cus­tomis­able Min­i­mal­ism

Home & Decor (Malaysia) - - FEATURE -

A move to­wards a more sub­tle kitchen and its even­tual in­te­gra­tion into the gen­eral liv­ing space means that there must also be be­spoke so­lu­tions for ev­ery­thing else. This in­cludes stor­age for hid­ing away con­ven­tional kitchen com­po­nents like cook­ing tools, pots, pans, condi­ments, and dry in­gre­di­ents. In full re­al­i­sa­tion of this, the show­case at Eurocucina fea­tured a wide berth of mod­u­lar de­signs with all man­ner of cus­tomi­sa­tion op­tions that al­low for be­spoke stor­age so­lu­tions, all seek­ing to keep coun­ter­tops clean and free.

This trend to­wards less vis­ual clut­ter ex­tends to the de­sign of the kitchen fur­nish­ings them­selves. Many of the show­cases fea­tured sleek de­signs with thin frames, flat fa­cias, hid­den han­dles, re­cessed open­ings, seamless joints, pocket doors, and thin legs – a com­pre­hen­sive se­lec­tion in­deed that served to high­light the im­por­tance of per­son­al­i­sa­tion and stor­age.

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