There was a time not so very long ago when homeowners had to settle for the standard white oak, pine or soft maple cabinets in their kitchens. Even though the quality of those woods were good, the overall aesthetic was of an acquired taste. As an interior designer, I've advised my clients to run from the typical vanilla box kitchens with their shiny, overloaded stainless steel accessories. The kitchen is one of the most important room in a house, and should be treated as such. Overlooking the obvious can sometimes cost you thousands, if not millions of dollars, when the time comes to sale or rent your home.
Metal boy cabinet by de Giulio
Nowadays, the choice of kitchen designs and cookware have proliferated beyond belief. There is an abundance of kitchen stores, specializing in Italian, German, Swedish, or French designs. And quite frankly, most of them have morphed into this idea of what a beautiful kitchen should be, and not necessarily taking functionality into consideration. Good design is crucial. And while I realized what you have in your kitchen is very much a personal choice, depending on how you live and what you like to cook, I encourage you to think carefully about functionality. That is why I favor the new Metal Boy from De Giulio. The Metal Boy is the most recent addition to an extensive collection of signature products designed by the US company. It is an inventive alternative to the traditional pot rack. This new cabinet combines enclosed storage for pots, pans, lids, baking sheets, and dishes with modern form and high-functionality.
details of the Metal Boy Cabinet
Crafted in distressed nickel silver, highly-polished stainless steel, ebonized walnut, and glass, the cabinet is an innovative design element that will be the showstopper in a kitchen design, and it is complete with LED lighting which accentuates the beauty and sculptural form of the interior cabinet. It is perfect for those of you who are considering environmental issues, when building a new kitchen. Shop this exclusive design while you visit LuxeHome at the Merchandise Mart, in Chicago. The kitchen design is on display at de Giulio's showroom. This could be a beautiful beginning of becoming a domestic goddess (or god).