If you are thinking of renovating or renewing the kitchen of your home, it is important that you know about the latest generation materials and products available in the market.
The kitchen world is evolving faster and faster and that is why we want to show you some innovative proposals to renovate this space and improve the functionality and quality of life in your home.
What’s new for your kitchen?
- Ultra-compact porcelain surfaces: manufactured with technological processes that provide high performance such as resistance to scratching, stains, cold and heat, UV rays and are carbon neutral materials.These surfaces can also have an extreme shine obtained through an advanced nanotechnological treatment and a mechanical polishing process that confers high levels of hardness and resistance.
- Intelligent materials for kitchen furniture: they have low light reflectivity, are soft to the touch, have anti-fingerprint properties and are thermally repairable. The use of invisible and resistant hardware brings everything inside closer to hand.
- LED technology for efficient and high-performance lighting: it allows an effective enlargement of the space, facilitates lower energy consumption and less light pollution while being highly resistant, has an instantaneous ignition and comes in a wide variety of designs and colors.
- Tempered glass for household appliances: refrigerators, ovens, microwaves, extractor hoods… with this material, in addition to offering an elegant style, they have a great durability as their surface is not so easily damaged or scratched.
- Customized taps systems: systems that not only supply filtered hot and cold water, but also offer two levels of carbonation that allow water to be drawn with a soft touch of gas or fully carbonated.
- Flex Induction Hobs: these work through individual sensors. They automatically detect the shape and size of the containers we use and heat only the areas of the plate that are in contact with them. They adapt to containers of different shapes and sizes. And they also save energy by heating only the area that is being used.