Waterfall Worktop design

Worktops are the forefront of your kitchen, determining the colour and texture can change the feel of your kitchen. Worktops come in a variety of materials and colours from Granite to Quarts and black to white. Traditional Worktops come as a 30mm but modern worktops now can come as thin as 10mm. Hygiene and cleaning are frequently asked questions that different worktops have different answers to, for example, grained wooden worktops are harder to clean but are naturally hygienic whereas Granite and Quarts worktops are both easy to clean as they are smooth with no ridges and are the most hygienic materials available for worktops.

Waterfall worktops are newly designed worktops that form the illusion of the worktop overflowing and falling off the edge of the unit. This design is gaining popularity as it is stylish and fairly cheap depending on the material you use. Double Waterfall Worktops are where they fall on both sides which looks orderly and symmetrical forming a neat and clean feeling when entering the kitchen. As any other worktop, the come in many textures, sizes and colours.

 

Floating Kitchens

The Floating Kitchen design is recently becoming the Must-Have Kitchen effect especially for German Kitchens; using the support of your walls to hold flush cabinets. To emphasise the ‘Floating’ effect, plinths are excluded from the design ensuring that effect is successfully achieved. Strong reinforced walls are suggested to maintain the weight of the units. Frail walls such as MDF are not recommended due to the weight of the units causing health and safety issues for the user. Here at ADMO we measure the strength and durability of your walls so that your dream floating kitchen design can be integrated in your home.

Floating Kitchens also can include Floating islands/breakfast bars which are helping create that unique conversation piece in your kitchen by creating a futuristic modern.  A small surface area base is used to hold the island with units over hanging thus creating a “floating” effect to the island.  Special hinges are also used to maintain the weight of the units so that your desired effect can be achieved.

Article written by Raece Master 21.07.2017

If you’re looking for a Floating Kitchen, contact us:
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Stone Versus Gloss Kitchen Doors

Stone and Gloss texture doors are two different textures that can bring a whole new atmosphere to your kitchen. Combined they help create that unique sense of style and effect around your kitchen.  However the look and feel of them could not be more different.  Colours such as White, Grey and Black are considered Modern but Boring – a safe bet for your kitchen with easy comparisions readily available.  Having said that, recent remodelling of these colours (e.g. White Matt true handleless) has led to its reemergence as a choice of colour and design for the modern home.

The Black Star

A new textured stone that is causing a hugh shake up in the Kitchen market is the Black Star – A stone Veneer made from a 100% natural volcanic stone & comes in a choice of two colours – Black Star and Green Star. It has a matte finish preventing reflections and presenting its true colours. When exposed to light the crystals shine like stars, hence the name! It suits all homes and matches all furnitures in the conventional kitchen.

 

If you’re looking for a Stone or Gloss Kitchen, contact us:
Email: info@admo.co.ukTelephone No: 0208 5907 334
Address: 311 High Road, Leytonstone, London, E11 4JT