Pedini might be one of the most famous kitchen designer companies that stand in the same level as the other kings, such as Gucci or Alessi, and its popularity definitely increased after it claimed to be the first company—one of the firsts, to be precise—that introduce the world of modular kitchens concept.
Formed in 1956, this company is literally getting better by each year and has succeeded getting on top in the business. Well, all of that succeed didn’t come without any hard work, I must say; Pedini has to going through limitless improvement in order to constantly bring something fresh to your table.
Other than that, Pedini succeed is also affected by its core value that always take each and every project personalized and seriously, no matter how hard or problematic your kitchen is. When you have your kitchen handled on their hand, you might expect them to plant aesthetic value even with limited space and to apply innovative idea to every corner of your kitchen, without any exception. Not only that, this company also dedicated to make their work—your kitchen, in this context, eco-friendly.
For today, we will talk further about Pedini’s five basic kitchen collections, which are Outline with Artika plus Dune along with Integra as well as the Q2 Pedini that is famous for its iconic curve style. Frankly, the company themselves is among some few design company that works their styling on concave & convex lines. For you who doing literally anything in style, Pedini will be your greatest solution on building your stylish and luxurious kitchen.
Knowing about the company’s greatness, why not discussing further about some of its work? As for that, we do have some pictures for you. On the first picture (or design), we can see that the designer play save in the kitchen layout, but put a lot of interesting styling cues that makes the kitchen eye catching and luxurious. For example, the usage of blue light that planted on the top of the backsplash and shining downs the somewhat rocky path which leads to the kitchen.
To avoid the kitchen from looking crumped, the designer only uses a glass separator to split the luxurious kitchen from the next room. About the cabinet itself, Pedini play it save by using the color black that combines with stainless steel feet and countertops. With the black flooring and white wall, this kitchen—and any other kitchen that made by Pedini, you’ll know why by scrolling down at the pictures—are in perfect harmony.
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