The primary focus of the project brief was to create a new suave kitchen that the family could utilize. One that correlated with the client's need for simplicity, functionality, and elegance.
Our designers strived to meet five objectives to create a contemporary kitchen that:
Our team took the lead from the client post broad consultation. We outlined a plan from the development stage, design strategy, up until the rollout.
We ensured to provide our quantitative, and qualitative ideas to match Mr. Taqiudeen’s expectations.
The process was made easier with the help of all-embracing positive conversations with the client.
That, in turn, shaped our objectives and created the path for a successful final result.
Our designers, with amicable problem-solving ability, ensured to cater to the client’s needs in every possible domain. Here’s a brief run-down of materials used in curating the perfect kitchen.
The shutters are from Rehau, a German group. In place of glass, 2mm acrylic is used as they offer better durability with an enhanced look.
We used Rehau legs which can be adjusted for convenience.
Our client chose a Corian Quartz countertop that has high silicon, making it extremely durable, and efficient.
Muted Pull-Out Shelves
The base units from Hettich were integrated with a silent system and is a perfect solution for utilising maximum space in the corner cabinet.
Practical, and Unique Storage
The Hettich tall unit with a cargoman mechanism was installed to accommodate maximum provisions.
The Big Reveal
The final design was a stunner, with smart multi-functional furniture, and elegant neutral accents that the client desired. Aertsen team rejoiced at every stage from the conceptual design, to the actual fully designed interiors.