Arclinea, kitchen Spatia

| Designbest editorial staff


he ongoing trend is for an open plan kitchen-living room; this creates a large social space. Our new kitchen goes beyond purely copying the overall living room decor, it’s hidden in plain sight, becoming an integral part of the furniture. Hidden in a built-in cupboard, it looks onto a breakfast bar which doubles-up as a desk. Sliding doors hide hob, sink and appliances, and as if by magic disappear in the sides. So, the result is an exposed kitchen that can be neatly tucked away when not in used; this makes for a crisp living room.

Three pieces one style

Breakfast bar.

Ultra-versatile, it’s both a desk and a table, so no need to bother about a separate dining room.

Built-in cupboards.

Floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall, they make the most of any available space and don’t clutter your room up. And they hide a well-equipped kitchen.

Timber veneer.

Timber adds warmth, and it avoids that utility room vibe. Chiqueness personified!

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