The German Schulte Design Grace Kitchen pushed the envelope of the traditional kitchen islands. The custom made productions in North America look pale compared to this ingenious creation.
The island apron boasts innovative retracting electrical receptacles and five invisible drawers one of which is to house cooking knifes.
The hidden cable management system, the flat cooking surface and a cantilever surface are my favorite features of Grace Kitchen. Schulte Design offers it in five Tutti Frutti woods: olive, apple, plum, walnut and wild cherry.
One way to live large in a small space
Grace Kitchen fits well into the smaller condo units surfacing all over Metropolitan cities. The eating space does more than acting as a breakfast bar. Bring a couple of benches or day beds to get additional seated plates at a dinner party. If you live in a small space, a design like that enables you to set up a dining room without trimming down the living room.
In North America, custom-built kitchens will continue to rule the market. Since most of you will not be ready to buy Grace Kitchen, ask your kitchen designer to integrate the best features in your own kitchen island.
About Schulte Design
Franz-Josef Schulte heads the company today in its fourth generation. Grace Kitchen is one of many amazing creations of Schulte Design. Take a look at the dining table collection. Their tables beautifully house inside the extensions.
Learn more: Grace Kitchen at Schulte Design
Catalogue: Dining tables at Schulte Design
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JennSeptember 10, 2007 at 09:49
i love it. very contemporary and that bench is great!
studio wellspringSeptember 11, 2007 at 16:34
great minds think alike, miss kim!
i really like your thorough critique.