Kitchens have evolved — from being mere utilitarian zone in the house, to being the centre of our universe. As the world went into a lockdown, we found recourse in our kitchens. Cooking, feeding, entertaining, even if it meant just for our immediate family. As we got isolated from the world, our kitchens emerged as the hub of our homes.
Old World Charm
Bring home the sophisticated, quiet glamour of the Opera Kitchen by Aster Cucine. Inspired by the Italian Renaissance, Opera is all about artfully crafted furniture.. Much like Opera itself, this design by Aster Cucine holds your attention, and keeps it there. It exhibits a balanced mix of open and closed shelving, and a stunning island, truly putting it at the centre stage.
Simplicity never goes out of style which is precisely why we fell in love with the Portrait Collection by Aster Cucine. Starting from a traditional background, a kind of “Back to Country”, it moves quickly to an extremely “contemporary” mood, ideal for the today “New Modern”. Available at Ottimo, the Portrait Kitchen is perfect for our evolved sensibilities.
Eclectic, transgressive and edgy, the Factory Kitchen by Aster Cucine is for those who don’t want to ascribe to the conventional style of decor. Showcasing a mix of materials — Corten Steel, wood and lacquered finishes, this kitchen is about taking a stand for the non-conformists.
For the Family
It’s the kind of kitchen where the family likes to congregate…the kids are doing their homework, the elders are catching up on conversation and work. Cooking, of course, is a given. This kitchen crafted by Beckermann makes space for all these functions and more.
The Nolte Neo Salon with its mirror clad cabinetry makes quite an impression. The mirror finish adds a new dimension to the room, and at the same time makes it the centre of attraction. Unique, aesthetic, appealing to all the senses, the Neo Salon is perfect for those who love a little bit of drama in their lives.