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Anya Lieben­berg of Plet­ten­berg Bay

writes I’m plan­ning the ren­o­va­tion of my kitchen and I’m keen on a con­tem­po­rary look. Are there any kitchen units that have cup­boards and draw­ers with­out han­dles with a push-to-close ac­tion to en­hance a sleek de­sign? El­wyn Sykes, na­tional sales man­ager for The Eclipse Group, replies We rec­om­mend cab­i­netry with large or wide fronts and clear-cut de­sign lines for a sleek, mod­ern look. Use draw­ers where pos­si­ble as they op­ti­mise space and cre­ate prac­ti­cal stor­age that is easy to ac­cess. Blum drawer sys­tems such as the Le­grabox or Tan­dem­box an­taro with sleek metal sides have run­ners that are hid­den from view un­der­neath the drawer base.

With Blum’s in­no­va­tive mo­tion tech­nol­ogy, Tip-On, a me­chan­i­cal open­ing sup­port, and Blu­mo­tion, a unique damp­en­ing sys­tem, draw­ers will glide open with a sin­gle gen­tle touch on the front. To close smoothly, sim­ply push the drawer.

With our Aven­tos sys­tems, fewer cabi­net doors are re­quired, which is per­fect for your min­i­mal­ist de­sign re­quire­ments. The Aven­tos sys­tem lifts wall cabi­net fronts up and out of the way and you can stop them in any po­si­tion; this al­lows you to use both hands to ac­cess the con­tents.

Blum prod­ucts come with a life­time guar­an­tee for peace of mind.

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