A Sailor’s Dream Kitchen


Are you ready to set sail..in your kitchen? German design company Alno has released a beautiful new kitchen unit called the Marecucina. Taking inspiration from maritime design and integrating it into the design, Alno has yielded a functional and sleek kitchen unit. The reason behind making it resemble a sailing ship is because Alno wanted its users to experience a kitchen with a truly unique personality.

The unit features two types of panels, the high-gloss white panels and the wood veneered ones. Both don’t feature handles and meet flush with the main hull in a clean fashion. This furthers the idea of a ship hull instead of having handles interrupt the design’s flow. The Marecucina will be sure to add a touch of flare and personality to anyone’s kitchen.




Alno’s website
via [Clever Storage]





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