Convivial Needs

Convivial Needs

Greater versatility, functional compositions and solutions to expand the space. These are the advantages of the revised one kitchen model by ERNESTOMEDA

The kitchen as a gathering place for family life. This is the outlook of The New One, which offers diversified compositions where various material solutions create various degrees of tactile perception.  

The new model is composed of open equipped units and spacious mono-lithic cabinets, with the bases and backs of the open units in a Walnut effect, a granite worktop with built-in sink, and the possibility of inserting shelves with LED lighting in the open compartments.

The pantry with doors in reflecting smoked glass includes shelves equipped for bottle storage.

For maximum convivial enjoyment, the is-land structure offers a true gathering place for the family, a refined setting also thanks to the appealing colors and elegant finishes, with the Woodset table and the large In Space columns.

 To expand space, the R&D division of Ernestomeda has also created a peninsula with a Snack Twist counter, for a kitchen that communicates with the living area.

Related Articles

Customize your atmosphere with Myin creations

“Space is not a place, but an experience.” It’s the philosophy of the Italian Argentine designer Luciana Gomez, founder of Myin Design. A rule that she follows in all her interior design projects, especially for hotels, bars, and restaurants where experience is the king. Myin combines handcrafted made in Italy production of wooden furnishing accessories...

A classic for the modern kitchen

MPS Porcellane is a reference point for endless inspiration, able to unlock all the creativity of chefs and Ho.Re.Ca. professionals. Natural quality materials, in a blend of art and craftsmanship, give rise to porcelain items that are excellent for being daily allies of those who seek functionality and practicality in elegantly designed objects as the...

Horeca sets by FiammettaV

The whole history of our company is based on the unique bonds between people and places. In 1818 the Duchess Maria Beatrice d’Este authorized the Vanelli family to extract Carrara marble. Here begins the story of FiammettaV. The art of marble has been handed down from generation to generation: from father to daughter. Today, FiammettaV...