Amalfi door in pantographed MDF covered in Polymer. Peninsula with tilted top: optimal solution for a design kitchen but in small spaces.
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Modular kitchens in polymer
19 mm polymer-coated MDF door on groove structure. Use of columns H 132mm useful for smaller spaces. New hoods in brushed iron, blackboard, pewter, corten and antique copper finishes.
Modular kitchens in polymer: versatility and flexibility for all spaces
The modular kitchens feature the possibility of having the maximum freedom of composition of the various independent modules without compromising according to your personal space requirements and aesthetic taste.
Choosing a modular kitchen means making the most of your space in the kitchen by following your personality and your lifestyle.
Before buying a kitchen it is necessary to consider some important precautions, in fact, based on the available space, it will be necessary to take into account factors such as the structure, the appliances, the hob and sink and the wall units.
So the whole set must first be designed in a targeted and accurate way to avoid unpleasant surprises afterwards with further waste of money.
As mentioned, one of the greatest strengths of modular kitchens is the great versatility with which it is possible, through the choice of the various functional modules, to compose your own kitchen furnishing it according to your aesthetic tastes.
The concept of modularity and modularity allow the furnishing of the kitchen environment even in very small and cramped spaces, making it perfectly habitable, functional but always with an eye to the aesthetic aspect.
The homes, especially the apartments of today, have increasingly smaller surfaces, so, in this context, the concept of open-space comes into play where, with the elimination of the walls, the modern modular kitchen joins into a single space at the disposal of the living room.
In fact, modern kitchens are often kitchens with peninsula or island kitchens which, merging directly with the living room, create a unique contemporary environment that is very welcoming and livable and with a refined aesthetic impact.
Our online store offers a wide range of modular polymer kitchen solutions for different needs, compositions made with captivating looks at really affordable prices.
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Modular kitchens in polymeric: but what is polymeric material?
When we talk about polymer kitchens we mean that category of kitchens built with polymeric material.
Polymeric (which is technically called thermoplastic) is a panel whose surface is coated with a synthetic material or PVC of variable thickness that is used to cover the doors of furniture, generally those of kitchens.
The construction technique of polymeric coatings is that of hot molding: the polymeric material produced in thin sheets, from about 0.3 to 0.9 millimeters, is heated so as to assume the shape of the mold and is then glued to the material support. MDF which forms the core of the furniture, to give rise to doors and panels entirely covered in polymer.
The polymer is the result of the mixture of various types of plastic, with the predominance of PVC precisely and differs from the laminate with which it is often confused. The polymer being composed of plastic material can be stretched and deformed, while the laminates composed of thermoplastic material do not deform or stretch and are generally more resistant to shocks.
The polymer is part of the range of ennobled laminates, that is, they are coated with an additional layer that increases their resistance to liquids, shocks and scratches. Modular kitchens in polymeric have the advantage of being free of the typical aesthetic defects of laminate kitchens (especially in light colors you can see the very thin black stripe joining the gluing), since in the case of polymeric the edges are no longer visible, but they are instead covered by the same plastic sheet as the polymeric coating.
Modular kitchens in polymer: practical and functional, many advantages and few disadvantages
The doors produced in this material have numerous advantages, and are certainly suitable even for limited budgets.
Sicurly one of the most important qualities of modular kitchens in polymer is the impermeability in case of spillage of liquids that could drip along the panels and cabinet doors, and the resistance to the action of chemical agents, such as frequent use of detergents, which could damage the surface of laminate furniture, but not that of polymeric materials.
All this translates into the guarantee of great durability over time and impeccable conservation of the aesthetic value.
Another important advantage of this material is that of an aesthetic nature, in fact it adapts very well to modern design environments, giving liveliness and color to the kitchen.
If you remove the sensitivity it has towards strong heat sources, which is the only drawback of the polymer, there are no limits to the possibilities of use of this material in the kitchen. From doors to panels and vertical components, each element of the kitchen can be covered with polymeric materials of any color and finish.
The types of modular kitchens in polymer
The different types of modular polymeric kitchens allow you to customize kitchens with great freedom and versatility in very different living contexts; the choice can vary from the more traditional type such as the in-line one, or to make the most of the versatility of modularity and modularity of the island or peninsula types, and corner kitchens for the needs of small spaces.
In-line kitchens: these are the ideal types of kitchens for narrow and long spaces as the minimum space required is 360 cm. Their location can be either along a single wall, or along two mirrored walls (double linear kitchens), with the cooking and washing areas positioned close together.
- Kitchens with island: the larger spaces allow great freedom of movement and allow you to cook in the center of the kitchen facing the surrounding environment. The island can generally have various functions: either that of housing a sink and hob, or it can be used only as a countertop for food processing.
- Kitchens with peninsula: this type of configurations are the most suitable in modern environments to accommodate the layout of the living room and kitchen in a single open space. Therefore, the kitchen that also becomes a living room separates the living room from the cooking area and appliances in the same room, without the need to separate the walls or other dividing furniture. In the modular models, the peninsula can become a dining table, or hob and washing area, rather than a worktop.
- Modern corner kitchens: Modern corner kitchens are compositions equipped with corner and functional elements, they are elements that allow you to make the most of small spaces but also if the environment is large. These models must be designed ad hoc to perfectly adapt to the spaces in which they are inserted.
A wide range of styles for modular polymer kitchens
One of the most important features of modular polymer kitchens is the wide range of finishes and colors, both matt and glossy, with which they can be made.
The polymeric material is well suited to furnishing styles such as modern and contemporary, the various polymeric coatings such as those with bright and unusual colors, can give a touch of color and liveliness to the kitchen.
Or you can choose a more classic, or even minimalist style, thanks to the polymeric finishes printed with the colors and veins of the various types of wood, or even marble and granite.
Compared to kitchens in solid wood or laminate, those in polymeric have greater versatility, combining an aesthetic result equal to the finest materials, with lower production costs.
The best finishes for polymer kitchen cabinets: matte and glossy
The trendiest and most requested finishes for modular kitchens in polymer are theopaqueand theshiny, each of which can be cataloged with different chromaticities.
Betweenmatte finishescan be found:
- dull gray: a neutral color, very elegant and current, with different types of shades, from dove gray to anthracite, from vintage to industrial style, or with a more elegant and refined style;
- total white: a finish that never ceases to please. The opaque white lends itself to a thousand combinations: with elements in wood, glass, marble, stone, metal, making it extremely customizable;
- moreover it lends itself in an excellent way in the creation of style compositionscountryAndshabby, or with a more classic taste;
- the finishmatfor its essential, ultra modern, technical and silky appearance, especially when it is chosen in one of the many dark shades;
- finishes that follow iwooden materials, for example the wood effect of oak, both in the natural version and in those with lighter shades and veins.
While between theglossy finishescan be found:
- The glossy finish is very suitable for poorly lit environments, thus giving it brightness, especially when spaces are limited and therefore there is a need to maximize the sense of amplitude and airiness;
- the modern glossy white style is definitely the style, always very topical, where the glossy finish finds its best habitat, this finish with an essential look, gives sensations of breath, lightness and cleanliness;
- the perfect glossy combination of two colors such as white and dove gray, will give the kitchen modernity, elegance and trend;
- bright tones such as red and purple go well with the shiny surfaces, because they give modernity and vigor combined with a touch of originality.