Kitchens: Reform launches 3 new models

Three new models for three new prestigious collaborations: Reform is done in three to broaden the range of its designer kitchens.

Made to last, thanks to high-quality materials and craftsmanship, these kitchens have won me over for their attention to detail. Elements that are often overlooked such as the cutting of the tops and doors, the openings, the joints between elements are studied in detail.

Functionality and aesthetics are in line with the most current trends, which see the kitchen at the center of the living area, no longer accessory to the living room but an absolute queen.

Match by Muller Van Severen

Match, as a combination, game, the union between colors and materials, a name that fits perfectly with this kitchen that does not go unnoticed.

Color is the element behind the work of designer pair Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen, based in Ghent, Belgium. And what material can express colors better than plastic? For this kitchen, high-density polyethylene with a wax-like texture was chosen for doors and tops.

In the March kitchen, it is all a game of colors and unusual combinations. Plastic, so pop marries the classic marble-brass duo. The six colors of the doors can be combined as desired, while the rough surface, with traces of the workmanship, makes this kitchen even more expressive, somewhere between design and art.

Frame by Note Design Studio

Beauty and solidity are the main ingredients of the creations signed by Note Design Studio, and the Frame kitchen is no exception. More classic in lines and materials than Match, it combines the purity of typically Scandinavian lines with a love of nature.

The doors in the European oak veneer add warmth to the environment and stimulate the touch, while the triangular strips on the edges create an elegant frame. The top in Corean is available in different shades, Willow, Fossil, Cacao brown et Blue diamond, while the doors are in dark oak, white or blue.

Plate by Studio David Thulstrup

Plate is the kitchen with a classic modern look, signed by Danish designer David Thulstrup.

A classy kitchen, with pure lines, in which the details make the difference. Like the side profiles with a thickness of only 3 mm. Or like the solution adopted for the opening, a horizontal groove along the upper edge of the doors. Doors that look at them closely, are built in a brilliant way.

Two 2mm thick aluminum plates enclose, as in a sandwich, a black painted MDF panel. The rough edges of the MDF panel create a play of contrasts with the smooth surface of the aluminum. The doors are available in three finishes: matt or bright for white and chocolate, or in brushed aluminum, for those who love the industrial style. Plans to choose from are two types of granite or brushed stainless steel.

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