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Design Trends - Floating Cabinetry

Floating Cabinetry Kitchen Design

There were many standouts this year in Milan for Eurocucina 2010 yet none were more exciting than the display of floating cabinetry. Michael Kitchener and his design team were captivated by the innovation and flair of benchtops and cabinetry effortlessly floating above the ground.

They saw many clever uses of glass to enhance the floating effect while protruding islands, voids under cooktops and layered benchtops all helped to produce the floating effects that will be one of the big emerging trends in the years to come.

 

 

 

Floating Cabinetry in Kitchen Design

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