Literally hiding most of the appliances and kitchenware behind pretty storage elements is a full steam trend. We recently received a creative project that meets this need and meets it elegantly. With Nexus21’s kitchen lift capacity of up to 250 pounds, kitchen designers are now able to fully utilize the lost storage space at the back of cabinets, in commonly unused corners and in kitchen islands.
With a push of a button, that space, which can now be used to store heavy appliances and bulky kitchen items, is raised to counter level for easy access. The cabinetry then effortlessly disappears, leaving a completely unobstructed countertop on which to work. Watch the video below to see the hidden storage units slowly come into sight when needed. Practical, creative and really handy when it comes to cleaning. How would you personally comment on this kitchen design idea?
It is not too hard to see the magnetism of this modular kitchen that can be altered to suit the individual floor plan of your home. Features such as the wooden cabinets painted in lovely pastel blues and yellows, brass and steel surfaces that add a touch of metallic glint without seeming far too modern, plastered walls, stone countertops and shelves with fabric frill bring back images of an era that is lost in time. Even the smallest of details is carefully chosen to complement and enhance this classic ambiance while the warm hues in the room create an inviting backdrop for a perfect social zone that brings the entire family together.
Thinking of giving your kitchen a refined and refreshing makeover as you head into summer and fall? Few colors out there bring that perfect balance between sophistication and eye-catching elegance like gray and yellow. A combination that is quickly catching on across the globe largely because of the new-found love for gray in the last few years, it is still a novelty when it comes to the contemporary kitchen. While gorgeous gray and yellow bedrooms and stylish living rooms with this classy color duo are far easier to find, kitchens still seem to be largely stuck in the ‘white along with bright color’ mode.