Somehow, cooking dinner or washing the dishes would be a whole lot more glamorous if I could have a kitchen like this.
The sinuous and futuristic lines of the Isola S kitchen island (part of a complete kitchen) from Toyo Kitchen’s ‘Nobody’ collection, would make anyone look good.
Given the high cost per square foot of real estate in Japan, it is no wonder that this two-part Japanese kitchen takes up little room, and is versatile for compact spaces.
While its beauty is evident, it’s practical as well, offering an amazing three electric cooking rings, a generous circular sink and plenty of space for kitchen items.
Another special feature is the “Corrugated-bottom drawers, that look as good when open as when closed.”
If that is not elegant enough for you, the Ino D-Land should fit the bill. This raised unit offers kitchen and dining options fused in the essence of crisp modern design.
But wait, there is even more to top off the ultimate in glamor; the Ino comes with rows and rows of Swarovski crystals embedded in the handles. The Swarovski version also comes with an elaborately etched surface.