Two very good reason to choose a kitchen with suspended base units

Two very good reason to choose a kitchen with suspended base units

A kitchen with suspended base units is an interesting option that has various advantages from both a functional and aesthetic point of view: in fact in addition to being very pleasing to look at, they are also the perfect solution for modern designs.

Particularly suitable for furnishing the living area, they are perfect for kitchens too, since they have been provided with dimensions and accessories for each working area.

Bases units are in fact with baskets and drawers, for dishwashers or for ovens, as well as equipped with trash bins for under sink units, or suitable for storing the pantry.

These type of base units are also suitable for anybody with mobility issues, allowing them to use the space better because generally the modules are placed at a more suitable height.

Dibiesse offers you the following dimensions to design your modern kitchens or living area:

H. 18 – 36 – 48 – 60 cm

W. 45 – 60 – 75 – 90 – 105 – 120 cm

D. 35 – 45 – 60 cm

 

Kitchen with suspended base unit.

Kitchen with suspended base unit.

But why choosing a kitchen with suspended base units?

1- Cleaning

The main benefit offered by these kitchens is undoubtedly not having to remove the plinth to clean under the various units,every corner is easy to access and this greatly reduces cleaning time.

Kitchen and living area with suspended base unit.

Kitchen and living area with suspended base unit.

2- Energy saving

The second advantage of suspended base units is for those who own a home with underfloor heating. This type of system offers better heat propagation when there are no obstacles on the floor.

Living area with suspended base unit.

Living area with suspended base unit.

How to make suspended base units more resistant to wear and tear?

To prevent problems with suspended base units over time, it is advisable to have them fitted by experts onto load-bearing walls.Wall-mounts can take the form of

  • L-shaped brackets anchored to the wall, on which the various units are placed.
  • Or base units can be hung on a bar fixed to the wall, made up of a track onto which the units are slid.

For non-standard rooms, such as corner kitchens where one of the two walls is weaker than the other, you can opt for a hybrid solution that includes suspended modules and modules fitted to the floor.

To create a pleasing design here, it is possible to make the larger side of suspended parts the same thickness as the worktop.

 

Exemple of leg for suspended base unit.

Exemple of leg for suspended base unit.