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Design & Style
Utility walls, a new design for islands and peninsulas, new elementsFocus by Scavolini adapts even more easily to spaces without dividing walls, thanks to utility walls and some new design features.
Contrasting elements, which are now found in most fashionable kitchens are very important:
contrasts between materials (the oak of a cabinet door with metal), colors (brightly tinted wood with stainless steel and aluminium) and above all styles traditional framed cabinets with the essential structures for open faced units, islands and peninsulas) .
Elements with glass bottoms and internal light that diffuses above and below are another innovation in the model, together with the open faced aluminum framed elements and temperated glass shelves.
In the photo we see a version that combines white tinted wood, stainless steel for the counter tops and appliances, aluminum for the wall units and a minimalist peninsula (with stainless steel structure and counter top).
The wall of the work area is completed by a stainless steel back panel and modules with lighted bases that illuminate the counter top.
For the cabinets, there is another type of satin finished handle.