YOUR CUS­TOM MIN­I­MAL­IST KITCHEN

Home & Decor (Malaysia) - - FEATURE -

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.

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