Fifty Fifty Kitchen Concept

Fifty Fifty Room Divider Storage |KitchAnn Style
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I came across this interesting room divider, called Fifty Fifty from Florida, an Italian manufacturer. This creative collection of kitchen components and furniture centers on a bookcase room divider with a dining table that slides to create seating or extra work space in the kitchen.

Cool Tansformable Furnitur |KitchAnn Style

The table comes in incremental sizes from  162 to 272 cm in length or about 63.75″ to 107″. When not in use, the kitchen extension can be retracted and you can’t even tell it’s there.

Movable Kitchen Furniture |KitchAnn Style

Fifty Fifty Kitchen Furniture |KitchAnn Style

Versatility is very important in kitchen design. The freedom to adapt our surroundings based on the task at hand makes living easier and isn’t that what everyone wants?

Fifty Fifty Room Divider Furniture |KitchAnn Style

Fifty Fifty Room Divider Storage |KitchAnn Style

How do you like this concept? Would you prefer this to an open plan concept with a large island with seating?

 

Duravit Kitchen Sinks

Duravit Vero | KitchAnn Style
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Have you seen Duravit Kitchen Sinks lately?

New kitchen sinks from Duravit come  in a large scale with the sink and drain area in almost equal proportion. The Kiora, available in white, pergamon, chestnut, matt anthracite and black ceramic is a favorite new pick. The Kiora Z is an ideal choice for homes with right and left-handed users.

Kiora | KitchAnn Style

Kiora  Z| KitchAnn Style

Unadorned and architectural, the Kiora kitchen sink
has exactly what it takes to become a classic”

Due to the success of the Vero bathroom sink, Duravit created their kitchen version that is clean and architectural in its lines. The Vero comes in three widths but all sinks come 17 1/2″ deep. If you are tall this you may feel some strain on your back in you undermount this sink in a standard height kitchen cabinet.

Duravit Vero | KitchAnn Style

Best Use of Paperstone

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I haven’t been the biggest fan of Paperstone, the sustainable solid surface material made from recycled paper, because it shows water spots. However, I recently stumbled across these images of a kitchen and an island countertop made with various shades of the eco-friendly material.

Designer Alessio Bassan gets all the credit but I’d like to give a nod to the fabrication team for the Key Kitchen Project.