Give your kitchen an instant boost this year with ultra-modern finishings and clean, crisp design. Right now it’s all about smart storage systems, discreet appliances, and traditional stone patterns reproduced by high-tech printers. For your viewing pleasure, we’ve found six must-see brands that are pioneering the kitchen of the future.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
This kitchen design is the product of a collaboration between AVANI and interior design duo Burdifilek. With sought-after European burners neatly integrated into the marble surface, a sink that is built to smoothly sink into the countertop, and appliances strategically tucked away behind cabinetry, this kitchen truly is minimalism at its best.
Arborite has created a series of laminates that resemble traditional stone surfaces. The collection offers 13 patterns from rustic granites to sleek marbles, that will instantly update your kitchen’s style.
OUTER SPACE STYLE
Using the technology and design elements of a telescope, Watermark has created a faucet with the ability to extend or retract into itself with smooth convenience.
KEEP IT CONSISTENT
For the ultimate clean and contemporary look, cover your kitchen floors and walls with ultra-modern tiles. Ceramiche Refin‘s collection creates the illusion that the two-dimensional material has become three-dimensional with the use of angled geometric shapes and mirrored design.
These ink-jet printed surfaces are rendered in high resolution graphics, creating the look of limestone. Cotto d’Este‘s collection comes in a variety of tones from bold amber to subdued oyster.
LIKE A PRO
MGS‘ stainless steel faucets are created with the architectural precision and polish expected by a master chef. A dark onyx finish creates a bold statement in a bright and modern kitchen, and with its strategic water-saving system, you’ll be helping Mother Nature as well.
Keep your grocery lists in check with this glazed ceramic surface that resembles the graph paper of your school days. Using special glaze, Ornamenta has created a chalkboard effect, allowing notes to be written and cleanly erased (though the surface looks sleek sans scribbles, too).