Sunday, November 27, 2011
Bauformat is based in Germany and offers fantastic solutions suiting individual budgets and floor plans. We noticed many not-so-common-hues used in the kitchens from their catalogs. They offer four ranges at Bauformat – Cube, Cucina Purista, Trend and Country.
The company’s technical know-how on kitchen designs becomes evident when you look closely at their designs. If you consider kitchen to be an integral part of your living space, you might as well want to take a look at the pictures below which are from their current kitchen-range.
Saturday, November 26, 2011
Nice designs like these just keep hitting us.
These scandinavian kitchens from Swedish maker Marbodal make use of the typical pale and cool color palettes that you normally associate with kitchens from this part of Europe. Most kitchens are predominantly white, with the surfaces sporting a matte and soft finish. The company has compiled its features in three different ranges namely Family for people with kids, Style for people who like to display their taste and Gourmet for the ones who love to cook and serve. Also, some of them have a few surprises thrown in. Take a look:
Friday, November 25, 2011
Kitchens by far outnumber all the other rooms we cover. One reason for this is the sheer number of quality makers out there that compete over each other in providing a multitude of options to consumers. Italy alone contributes a fair share of makers and it appears that there is a design house at every corner in this part of the world!
One can imagine just how difficult it would be to stand out if are designing kitchens in Italy. But Cesar, the company whose designs we feature today, seems to be doing all right. Their range of modern italian kitchens are sleek, chic and bring a much needed breath of fresh air to kitchen making. The color palette ranges from white to deep maroon. Silk lacquer, stone, steel, laminate, Corian, ice lacquered glass tops all lend a feeling of glossy smoothness.
Keep scrolling for your daily dose of design porn.
German kitchen brand Alno first previewed the Marecucina concept in 2010 which explored a boat-like form for the kitchen counter. This unique shape created quite an international stir in 2010 and Alno ended up winning several prestigious awards for it. Still popular, the Marecucina concept is displayed prominently in the company’s 2012 ebook.