Hidden storage and built-in appliances is a must-have of modern kitchen design. They build a sense of cohesiveness and don't distract with unnecessary details.
Black wooden upper cabinets with a glass facade are a signature of the Copenhagen style. A perfect match the brass faucet and stone worktop.
Wooden dark-tone cabinets perfectly match the ivory-tone floor, furniture, and walls, creating just the right amount of light.
Berlin is a timeless design with everything you need for comfortable cooking, dining, and festive occasions.
Monolith-like sink Terazzo Crepo from Neolith with a state-of-the-art short backsplash are made in a seamless ensemble.
Waldorf Double Chandelier is a focal point of Berlin that complements dark upper cabinets and brass elements all over the design.
Kitchen island features wooden frames that lighten the brutal darkwood tone. It's a standalone cooking area with all necessary appliances and just enough space to dine and entertain at the bar.
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