Calyx Hidden Kitchen

Calyx KitchenItalian furniture manufacturer Dada has partnered with Armani Casa on a new collaboration called the Calyx Kitchen.

Armani plays up the purity of design with large doors concealing the work areas, bar and desk area of the Calyx kitchen.

The cabinetry is made from wood veneer with glass and woven metal. The doors and the cabinetry interior are finished in the designer’s iconic Greige color. The shelves and drawer interiors are in a dark green finish.

The new kitchen concept was displayed at the Salone del Mobile in April and production should start soon.

 Calyx Kitchen Closed Calyx Kitchen open

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MTI Intarcia

mti intarcia tubThe new Intarcia Tub, designed by Matthew Quinn, is a gorgeous addition to the MTI Boutique Collection. 

One of the unique qualities of this collection is that it is made from Solid Surfacing Material.  The elegant contoured bath is customizable with your choice of two pedestals designs and unique decorative inlay options in glass, metal, stone, wood or any other material you can imagine.

This tub can be a simple soaker or it can be equipped with MTI’s air bath system.

Matching sinks will make your bathroom feel like a luxurious hotel. 

This bath was recently displayed at KBIS and will be shown next week at HD Expo.

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Bamboo for Outdoor Kitchens

Kitchen Studio of Naples BambooAtlantis Cabinetry now offers Bamboo doors for its outdoor cabinetry series.

Their extremely durable “perma panel” material is unaffected by the elements, and all cabinet parts can be cleaned with a garden hose and scrub brush if needed.

The new bamboo doors are not only beautiful and on trend but they are considered green since bamboo is rapidly renewable.

I have enjoyed designing outdoor kitchens with their Teak and Cypress; now I look forward to creating outdoor kitchens that will coordinate  with Zen Gardens or more modern settings.

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