A kitchen island for sociable people
Deep blue is the colour of yearning for distant shores, while oak acts as a grounding feature and the genuine glass worktop offers a gleaming space for gourmet and everyday cooking. You won’t want to leave this open-plan kitchen – and that’s why there is a direct transition to the dining table.
Take a closer look
Reasons to love this planning example:
A shimmering eye-catcher: A glass worktop
This genuine glass worktop draws all eyes. And you needn’t worry about leaving a hot pot on it.
Ample wooden fronts
The generous storage surfaces are hidden behind a straight-lined oak wall. These concealing doors create space and are eye-catchers at the same time.
A sideboard for a cosy ambiance
The sideboard creates a simple yet smooth transition to the living space.