Santos has released photos of five of its beautiful kitchen renovation projects to inspire homeowners.
Santos kitchen cabinets offer space and functionality, as well as beauty, and can be adapted to suit any home style or room size. The interior decorating franchise has revealed five of its projects featured in decor and design publications.
The first kitchen to be mentioned was captioned ‘A Bohemian Spirit’. Forming part of an eighteenth century building, designer Inma Valero cherished its characterful features, including fireplaces, mouldings, doors and Versailles parquet flooring. The result is a “sleek, elegant and casual” kitchen, which “blends classic and contemporary”.
Next on the list was a rustic property characterised by its “thick stone walls”. Designer Andrea Muñoz Diseño worked hard to merge the old with new, creating a kitchen which opens out into a dining and living area. The airy space featured an island, set against tall units with plenty of storage space.
A kitchen with “connecting spaces” also used Santos’ range of high-quality units. The aim was to establish a “bright, comfortable and functional” area, and again, the designer was able to merge the kitchen with the dining and living spaces. One of their most striking elements is the exposed cement column, which the builders discovered while removing partition walls.
The next Santos kitchen is dubbed ‘Essence In White’. It belongs to a newly built house and features “simple lines, plain fronts and a white finish”. The designer Natalia Zubizarreta took inspiration from Ibiza-style homes and incorporated a minimalist scheme.
Finally, ‘The House of a Thousand Winds’ showcases Santos’ furniture with an L-shaped kitchen layout and central island. It’s a sea-front family holiday home in a luxury tourist complex in Guanacast, Costa Rica, and features warm wood tones and lots of space for guests to dine.
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Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©