September 18, 2014

Treo’s Minimalist Kitchen Loses Cabinets, And Gives Back Something Better

Posted on Oct 20, 2010 by in Design

For people who love cooking, the kitchen can easily become the most important room of the house. It’s also an area that many people use to entertain and family spend time. Your kitchen should be comfortable and have an ergonomic space for preparing or serving food.

This kitchen is linear and loving it! The Easy Kitchen from Treo is a kitchen designed without upper cabinets. In their place, homeowners get something much more inspiring – a wide window that offers views of the great outdoors.

Conventional wall cabinets offer lots of storage, but this innovative kitchen design takes that into account and includes plenty of storage space for every kitchen tool. Side-by-side cabinets and stacking cupboards make the most of every inch of space.

The Easy Kitchen is a no-brainer in an open-concept home. This low-profile design opens up your home and is ideal for the host with the most, by leaving unobstructed views of your adjoining rooms. Forget a predictable tiled backsplash or cabinet face, the expansive windows let you take in the view, whether your vistas are of mountaintops or city lights.

For more information visit Treo.

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