Kitchen furniture with fenix facades
Every home has details that give a specific mood and influence not only individual design elements, but also the whole feel of the interior. It can be a decor, a facade colour or, for example, a kitchen surface. In this case, the kitchen is dominated by the Fenix nanomaterial, which also sets the rest of the design mood.
Fenix nanomaterial is an innovation in facades that combines unique properties in one place. When you first see the Fenix façade, you immediately get the impression that it is unusually dark, with almost no glare. This is made possible by Fenix’s special nanotechnology coating, which absorbs almost the entire visible light spectrum. In addition, this coating makes the surface particularly resistant to scratches and other external factors, and it effectively hides dirt compared to other alternatives.
The surface also plays a major role in the mood of the kitchen, which in this project is coordinated with the facades to create a single, harmonious interior zone. The Dekton stone surface is durable and elegant. You can spill any liquid on it without worrying about damage, it’s very easy to keep clean and you can forget about scratches – they won’t show up on the surface!
To keep the design clean and harmonious, our designers decided not to include traditional handles. That’s why a handle profile was incorporated into the kitchen, so that the cabinets could be opened without using traditional handles.
As we have already mentioned, lighting is very important, it determines how the kitchen will look at different times of the day. For this occasion, we chose high-end LED lighting from the Swiss company L.E.S.S, which looks like a single light element, like a wire that emits light.
The kitchen is richly equipped with high-quality solutions such as Blum fittings and other mechanisms. Our designers took care not only of the kitchen, but also of other aspects of the home, including the bathroom, bedroom wardrobe and other room elements.
Nanomaterials in interior design are a relatively new phenomenon, but they have already shown their benefits. They are easier to keep clean, more resistant to external factors and don’t accumulate dirt – what more could you want?
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