By marcus whitford. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, November 07th, 2017 - 16:27:10 PM.
Italian manufacturer Smeg needs no introduction – a cheerful brand keeping vintage dreams alive through modern technology. Their latest small home appliances designs complete the lovable Smeg 50’s Retro Style collection.
Production was running smoothly with the prospect of completing the kitchen makeover five days earlier until the homeowners decided they wanted to remove the fireplace wall between the kitchen and the family room.
The iron beams continue down the hallway, where your eye is first drawn to the dramatic lighting fixtures that line the ceiling. But, the real surprise in this apartment is the impressive amount of space. While the master bedroom is big enough to accommodate a double bed and seating area with room to spare, the hidden surprise is a private dressing room.
By using the same concept, the designer transformed a sheet of stainless steel, used for wire cloth, into a telescopic hood.Using Faber’s up&down technology, the product gently moves close to the burners. The cylinders which make up the appliance are operated by simple remote control.
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