Kitchens are the heart of any home, a space where meals are prepared and memories are made.
In interior design, bespoke kitchens have become a very popular trend, as they offer a solution that adapts to the needs and lifestyles of every family.
In this article, we look at the benefits of choosing a custom design and at how Krion, as a leading manufacturer of high quality materials, can transform your kitchen into a more functional and attractive space.
Before embarking on the exciting journey of designing your bespoke kitchen, it is crucial to take into account several aspects that will ensure the final result meets your expectations.
First, you need to assess the space available and how you want it to flow. Think about the style you would like: Modern? Classic? Rustic? Then, consider the materials.
This is where Krion shines with its range of high quality worktops, which are not only durable and easy to clean, but also come in a variety of colours and finishes that are ideal to complement any design.
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Krion® LUX Beige Marfil
By opting for a bespoke kitchen, you open up a world of possibilities compared to standard kitchens.
Bespoke kitchens are not constrained by generic designs, nor are they limited in terms of options. Each is unique and able to totally reflect the personal style of its owner.
Another crucial factor is the use of space. Bespoke kitchens allow you to maximise the performance of every centimetre, making them the ideal choice in spaces with unusual dimensions or shapes. A standard kitchen, on the other hand, can leave space unused because it does not fit perfectly.
As for the quality of the materials, bespoke kitchens allow you to choose materials that are more resistant and easier to maintain. For example, kitchens made with Krion® offer technical qualities that make them easy to clean due to the absence of visible joints and the almost zero porosity of this surface.
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Finally, the added value to the home is considerable with a bespoke kitchen, increasing both the aesthetic and functional value of the home.
If there is one thing that stands out about bespoke kitchens, it is the versatility of the different elements that make them up.
Krion® LUX L101 Carrara Soft
The advantages of worktops created with Krion® are the epitome of functionality and style. Stain and scratch resistant, and with a wide range of colours and finishes, these worktops are practical as well as aesthetically pleasing. They can be thermoformed to create unique shapes, adapting to any kitchen design.
Custom storage offers innovative solutions to maximise space and efficiency.
The wide variety of options on the market allows you to tailor the kitchen furniture to your specific needs, while maintaining an efficient cooking flow and consistent design.
Creating the perfect bespoke kitchen is an exciting creative process where playing with colours gives way to limitless spaces.
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Experiment fearlessly with different layouts, introducing islands or dining areas integrated into the kitchen. These Krion® kitchen projects can inspire you, especially if you are after a modern style, a minimalist design, a 'total white' look, a Mediterranean feel, or a futuristic aesthetic.
With Krion, you have the freedom to design a kitchen that is more than just a place to cook; it becomes a space to live and enjoy. As a sample, real projects:
Photo: Mortadela y Media.
Porcelanosa Grupo project: Villa Alceda (Ontaneda, Spain)
Solutions from the firms Krion® Lux in the worktop, and Tanzania Taupe by Porcelanosa in wall coverings.
Architecture: Muñoz Prats Arquitectos.
Porcelanosa Grupo project: La Gola (Sagunto, Spain)
Solutions by the firms Krion® Lux in the worktop and sink, taps by Noken and Bolega Acero by Porcelanosa in the flooring
Photo: Juanan Barros.
Architecture: Lucero Arquitectos.
Porcelanosa Grupo project: Villa Etxezuri (Chiclana de la Frontera, Spain)
Solutions from the firms Krion® Lux for the worktop and sink, and Harlem Acero by Porcelanosa for the flooring.
Photo: Leonid Furmansky
Architecture: Domi Works and Modern design Brothers
Porcelanosa Grupo project: 8126 San Leandro (Dallas, United States)
Solutions from the firms Krion® Lux for the worktop and Gamadecor for the furniture.