As part of this season’s launch of new kitchen ranges, leading manufacturer Ellis Furniture is adding a new twist to handle-less designs with minimo push to open doors and drawers. The technology behind minimo works by lightly pushing the door or drawer, which then gently springs open.
Shown here in Inspire Gloss Cream, using minimo creates a stylish, smooth whilst impactful design. The integrated appliances use the latest Integra handle complementing that uninterrupted aesthetic. Worksurfaces are a combination of Copperstone solid composite worktops and a statement island in solid walnut, resulting in a wonderfully warm, bright kitchen that is supremely sleek and seamless. minimo is available across almost the entire Ellis Furniture range of traditional and contemporary kitchens.
Ellis Furniture sales and marketing director, Peter Elson, says: “minimo offers a great upgrade from handle-less designs for those who want the very latest in kitchen design. minimo looks great and works well with many contemporary and traditional designs. It creates a very attractive sleek and seamless finish to any kitchen.”