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Foodshelf: Fresh, Fluid Design Unites Living Room and Kitchen

The idea of blurring the lines between individual spaces in the house and the outdoors to create one cheerful and seamless living environment is a favorite among contemporary homeowners. At the heart of this idea of one big social zone is the kitchen, which continues to remain the heart and soul of every modern home. Embracing this trend of a living room and kitchen that become one in terms of aesthetics, Scavolini has unraveled its latest series of woodlook shelves that are dubbed Foodshelf. Crafted by French designer Ora-Ïto to meet the functionality of the contemporary kitchen, they run the entire length of the kitchen and living area, turning them into one.

Like all great things, the idea behind the shelves is simple and uncomplicated, and it is the stunning execution of this ‘unifying shelf’ that makes all the difference. Sleek, refined and definitely minimal, Foodshelf feels as much at home in the kitchen as it does in the living room. But it is not just limited to shelves and cabinets, as worktops, base wall units, home workspaces and even lovely breakfast zones become an integral part of this flowing composition. At its best, Foodshelf is poetry in motion for those who love clean, straight lines and distinctly modern minimal flair!

You can pick from a variety of custom options that vary in terms of color, finish and handle options, and its modular beauty ensures that your kitchen and living room composition can change with your altering needs. With integrated worktables that bring in features such as ‘network support’, it is easy to see why Foodshelf is going to become a hot favorite among those who love a versatile, innovative and unique kitchen.

Sherry Nothingam

Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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