The CucinaContemporary Kitchen, Montreal
Benventi in Italia! For the gourmet in you, let The Cucuna introduce you to the flavours of Italy. The latest in Milan trends materializes here in innovative materials and arrangements. On the menu: the new Capri door that decorates the lacquer finished cabinets in opal and pashmina colours paired with the new imitation wood grain melamine. They surround the central black oak island upon which sit a work surface of quartz and an Iroko wood block, both with a reverse angle edge. Proof that elegance and simplicity can coexist. To top off the design: decorative shelves and herb containers in stainless steel. A nod to the sink directly integrated and welded to the metallic 3/8'' counter. A tasty recipe to inspire the greatest chefs! Apetit buona!
Pictures; Studio Point de vue - Alexandre Parent
What Houzz contributors are saying:
According to Metcalf, engineered stone that replicates the look of marble is a great (and very practical) choice for benchtops and splashbacks, two surfaces he says are “prone to high wear and staining.” Meanwhile, if you’re in the process of selecting cabinetry materials, he recommends choosing lacquered imitation wood grain melamine boards (as seen in this kitchen), which are a “cost-effective alternative for adding texture to doors and drawers.” When it comes to flooring, premium stone- and timber-look vinyl floor tiles are “ideal for the often wet and messy kitchen environment,” he adds.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
A live herb garden When you’re in the (pardon the pun) heat of the moment cooking for friends and family, you don’t have time to run outside in the dark and pluck leaves from your herb garden. This solves that issue. And if this was your kitchen, you’d have no excuses for not watering your favourite herbs, either. In this instance they’re positioned right above the kitchen sink.