Separation of the kitchen and living area, but not too much. A fluid, dynamic space with a large glass partition, artfully made. A living room equipped with custom lighting modules, to adapt to and incorporate all everyday functions. This is the interior design of a private residence in Naples, customized by TM Italia, a company that specializes in sartorial creations, nestled among the hills of the Marches, near Ascoli Piceno.
Two distinct spaces, the kitchen and the living area, but communicating and stylistically connected by the refined continuity of materials and finishes, such as the Noir Desir stoneware slabs by Laminam, with a marble effect of precious veins, requested by the client for the complete cladding of the impressive model T45 island and the hood, continuing in the living area to frame the TV and fireplace zones.
The atmosphere is welcoming, intimate, refined, thanks to the choice of warm natural materials: the protagonist is Canaletto walnut, chosen for the doors of the kitchen, the double-face partition and the living room modules. TM Italia has developed space-saving smart corners to take advantage of every precious square inch, such as the bookcase below the staircase with a triangular form, again in Canaletto walnut, with open compartments and push&pull doors, and the large double-face showcase partition, the model D90 with structure and paneling in Canaletto walnut and practical glass shelves with LED lighting.
The kitchen is like a kingdom for true aspiring chefs, with strategies, materials and tools borrowed from the world of professional cuisine, such as the large central island, the accessorized wall and the high-end appliances with remarkable performance, such as the Neff cooktop for simultaneous use of different cooking methods, the wine cellar to conserve bottles at an ideal temperature and the warming drawer, both by Gaggenau, and the Freddy blast chiller by Irinox.
A custom-made project, a unique interior design solution, with 360-degree personalization in terms of finishes, measurements, materials and outfitting, summing up the ability and design flexibility, creativity and crafted know-how of Made in Italy.
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