YOUR CUSTOM MINIMALIST KITCHEN
Like a tailored suit, going custom with your kitchen opens up limitless possibilities to bespoke options that fit well within the layout of the space. This also means you’ll be able to infuse the space with a bit of your personality. Custom kitchens not only let you achieve your desired aesthetic, but also makes good use of space be it for custom storage or built-in appliances. Look to brands like Proliform which provide you with an exquisite collection of integrated and fitted solutions.
To go minimalist, skip the glossy granite countertops and opt for stainless steel, matte surfaces, and marble instead – all of which were the stars at this year’s show. These countertops are textured and simple in an unobtrusive way, especially important when you are going about your duties in the kitchen. Opt for cabinetry with simple lines, large-scale doors, and hidden handles for less visual chaos and stowaway for every kitchen element possible to avoid cluttering up the worktops.
Examples like the VISION from Snaidero perfectly encapsulate the trend with a stunning worktop design that looks straight out of the future. It is designed to give the illusion of it floating on air, with fluid and sleek supports that visually lack physical connection to the actual extended work surface. The whole design stands, instead, on its own as a separate showcase with stunning LED strips that run the length of its construction.
Vision by Snaidero.