Ways to hide electrical appliances: cupboards, tall units and recessed doors!
Hiding electrical appliances is important for anyone who wants clean lines and a minimalist look, making the best of the aesthetics of their home even when short on space. But anyone who is not a lover of the open kitchen look can also choose this style regardless of the size of the space they are working with.
And the electrical appliances aren’t visible anymore!
There are different types of concealed kitchens, which differ in style and size. It doesn’t matter that a concealed kitchen is small, what is important is that it is functional and meets the user’s needs.
The concealed furniture is a classic for those who want to make the most of small spaces, allowing you to conceal electrical appliances inside cupboards and tall units with recessed doors. You can use these units for oven, microwaves and dishwashers, as well as compartments and baskets dedicated to food storage.
The doors of the tall unit can be used to hide the washing area, with a sink base unit and a wall unit dish drainer. Extremely versatile, they can also hide food storage electrical appliances.
And there’s nothing to stop you from having a space dedicated to your passion for wine or an ingenious pull-out worktop to give you a place to catch up on a little bit of work.
Linear or corner Walk-in Larders are equally versatile.
Linear or corner Walk-in Larders fitted units are equipped with a customisable boiserie panelling where shelves can be fitted according to your requirements. They can also be used to hide electrical appliances or even be set up to organise all your cleaning products.
Of course, the interiors of Walk-in Larders are highly customisable and can be reorganised to suit your changing needs over time.