Copat’s new Salina / Kos Kitchen has rich, warm hues of chocolate and carob proving once again that the company’s design team can consistently bring versatile creativity to any home. This urban kitchen design teams the Kos kitchen’s multi-laminar teak with the dark lacquer of the Salina model. Teak stretches out as the surface to connect the two fitted units of the island, creating a space suitable for prep or snacking.
Here’s what Trendir had to say:
A wall unit boasts all the storage capabilities and high technology of the original Salina kitchen. Stainless steel features in the double sink connected to the worktop, the neat stainless steel handles of the kitchen, and the stainless steel extractor hood. Co-ordinating lampshades and modern barstools with chrome frames and leather seats complete the look with a finishing touch.
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