Salone Del Mobile 2016 in Milan features the latest in all aspects of kitchen design and technology in EuroCucina. Homedit spent the last two days scouting out the newest and most exciting designs for your kitchen design plans.
Just as much was going on above the island as there was on or under the kitchen islands at Salone del Mobile. Structures that serve as lighting ventilation and storage were everywhere, like in this one by Arclinea. Many displays include plenty of spots for growing herbs that not only are good for your cooking but also for your decor.
Multilevel islands, and mixed materials were faintly a trend we saw. This island by Arrival has several levels at play and uses natural woods, a modern counter material and a variety of metal finishes in one kitchen design.
This Martini kitchen again mixes surfaces, colors and stylistic details. While the island has a modern feel, some of the side cabinets feature a more traditional raised wood detail.
“Hidden kitchens” are a 2016 trend that were ubiquitous at Eurocucina. This one by Aran kicked things up a notch by including colorful designs on the cabinet faces. Behind the doors are storage, cooking and refrigeration units.
Many of the designs have cabinet orientations that are not quite ordinary. This unit by Doimo Cucine pulls out for access from both sides, while many overhead cabinets open from the bottom up or slide horizontally.
Still other islands include many components that go far beyond a sink and a cutting board. Barazza presented this one, that includes a built-in stand mixer with recessed bowl, recessed storage cubes with lids and moveable work surfaces.
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