The exhibitors at the Küchenmeile, the world’s biggest kitchen show, will be opening their doors on 15.9.
"We offer our retail partners more choice than ever in materials, colours and functions, as well as an extreme variety that enables them to create individual dream kitchens," is the promise that kitchen manufacturers along the Küchenmeile are again making to their visitors this year...
Interior design is the comprehensive interplay between the space and the interior. Architecture and interior design are in symbiosis with each other. With the inclusion of individual wishes and tailored to individual requirements, they blend in a holistic design to become customised "living rooms".
Shelf units are furnishing classics. They can dominate a room, but can also be used sculpturally to lighten the ambience. They are eye-catchers and essential organisers in one!
Casually positioned free-standing pieces of furniture give rooms a feeling of more space. Whereas most items of furniture once led a static existence languishing along the wall, they are now advancing to become the centrepiece. What in architecture is a free-standing building is a standalone piece of furniture in interior design which can be a visual highlight as well as an integral part of a room-spanning furnishing concept.
Home living has changed significantly over the last five years. The home now needs to be practical while at the same time styled with an individual look that speaks to the senses. More and more, the kitchen is becoming the hub of the home. This is where technology, functionality, design, craftsmanship and stage setting now all meet.
Some like to have the kitchen, dining and living room to match, whereas others prefer it if the kitchen and dining room merge but the living room is kept completely separate.
“Style is an expression of individualism mixed with charisma”.
A quote from John Fairchild that can definitely be applied to modern interior design and today’s kitchen planning.
Every kitchen has its inner values. That starts with an aesthetically designed inner carcase, which can be colour-coordinated with the outer carcase, i.e. likewise in classic white, anthracite or a discreet textile design.
The kitchen as a functional space peaked a few years ago. There is a growing desire for furnishing options that are open towards the living room or, at least, a cosy kitchen design and along with that, a proliferation of solutions proposed by the kitchen furniture industry permitting maximum individuality, with or without handles.
Die Aussteller der weltweit größten Küchenshow Küchenmeile öffnen am 16.9. ihre Pforten.
Lassen Sie sich inspirieren von neuesten innenarchitektonischen Planungsideen.
Variety is the spice of life. It gives each one of us the possibility of portraying ourselves the way we want – architecturally and technically. Individual, urban interior design that does more than just create room for the personality provides scope for modern stylistic directions.
A dining area goes well with any kitchen. In open-plan layouts it links the living space with the cooking space. If it is accommodated within the kitchen itself, depending on the room size and arrangement it can take the form of a big table, part of the cooking or preparation island, an add-on table or a small foldout or foldaway table solution.
Fluid transitions between kitchen and dining room are almost standard nowadays. A sitting area with a big or – depending on the room size – even a small dining table just has to be part of it.
The average kitchen in Germany still measures about 13 square metres. Like the Frankfurt kitchen in the past, the kitchen has for decades - both in apartment blocks and in houses - mainly been regarded as merely a functional space for a specific purpose. ...