Remember our series on kitchens where we covered designs in brown, red, orange, yellow, green and black & white hues? Well, we are back but this time the focus is on material than color. In this post we feature a set of inspirational stainless steel kitchens from some of the top kitchen makers from around the world.
A stainless kitchen offers immense flexibility to the user. The surfaces are specially treated for easy maintenance, corrosion resistance and no drip edges. A variety of designs can be arranged due to flexible counter tops and islands. The oven cabinets are integrated in the wall unit.
All components are designed to be functional; there is lot of combinations possible to manage internal cabinet spaces. The drawers are separated in order to optimize efficiency. Stainless steel kitchens offer you unlimited flexibility, ease of organization, simple DIY assembly, possibility to expand and experiment with vivid surfaces. The tops are exclusively treated to mask finger prints, small scratches and marks.
Take a look at the images below to get better ideas about simple, durable yet unique looking kitchens.
Elmarcucine features range of kitchens having long single table top surface, lots of space to move around and a very clean finish.
This spacious kitchen has been done up in white with black breaking its monotony incessantly. The light hanging above adds coziness to the ambience while the small wooden plank serves as a place to dine for two. The stainless steel table top stretching across the kitchen gives the user lots of space to move.
For more kitchen ideas take a look at this range by Berloni, an Italian kitchen cabinet’s manufacturers. These use wood color panels adding a sense of suppleness to the kitchen area. The central table provides much space to manage pre cooking and washing. These kitchens are fit for large families.
Another range of simple yet sober kitchen ideas are presented by Bofotti. This no frill kitchen has a place for two to dine.
Toyokitchen, has its traditional kitchen range, reflecting a typical Japanese kitchen. Keeping the limited space in mind these have been designed to serve the purpose of cooking and dining together.
Xera promises to carve out beautifully designed sheets out of steel. Their kitchens are lavishly large, with lots of room for cooking and hanging around. The table tops remain this Italian company’s favorite too.
Arcilena, a modern kitchen manufacturer, has shown in its kitchen range a kitchen the way it is in a busy household. It has multi-usage; a sitting area as well as a place to grab a quick bite just before leaving for work.