Even the most generously designed culinary setups end up getting cluttered; more surface area just asks to be covered with more products and appliances. The Shaping Silestone Kitchen solves this problem by providing supplementary countertops that can be drawn out and tucked away again.
The primary components of the Campanas product are three interconnecting islands that each include at least one necessary feature. A pair of sinks is installed in one, the stove is integrated into another and the third is lower with an open base to function as a table. Together, they form a sculptural Y-shaped arrangement.
With its warm wooden pedestals, the Shaping Silestone Kitchen does what few other counters can. Plenty of panels pivot out of horizontal slots, offering additional food preparation and storage space.
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