A new dimension has been given to the use of the kitchen that has evolved into a multi-purpose room designed as much for living as it is for cooking. The trend is on turning the kitchen into a welcoming space for family life and entertaining. DICA and PICÓ MUEBLES have some different proposals for us. Let’s discover what they have been cooking up…
At EuroCucina in Milan a selection of Spanish firms will showcase a complete offer for kitchens and living spaces that includes the most streamlined and clean contemporary looks, but also the most sophisticated and high-end classic style kitchens.
DICA - Hall 9 Stand E10
DICA brings to EuroCucina its new ambitious and interesting proposals. The company wants to cross the established borders of a kitchen ‘per se’ and tries to expand its domain to other rooms.
Kitchens are nowadays the center of the house and they sometimes integrates dining rooms and even the living room. The cabinets and the closets areas now want to conquer other zones of the house such as bedrooms and bathrooms.
DICA offers custom made contemporary products under the premises of innovation, design and quality. Smart storage solutions or multifunctional islands are presented in high-resistant materials and in a broad variety of elegant finishes which will give your kitchen the modern and trendy style you are looking for.
More info: www.dica.es
PICÓ MUEBLES - Hall 13 Stand G04
PICÓ offers its clients its new luxury kitchen solutions, in the most refined, elegant classic style.
Functionality and versatility is given by the perfect mix of sophisticated design and cutting-edge technology in appliances, storage, cabinets…. At I Saloni, the firm will present the marvelous HERMITAGE kitchen. Its purest Russian baroque aesthetics won’t left anyone indifferent.
Made of solid wood and hand-carving decorated, the Hermitage kitchen comes with an exquisite lacquer and patina finishing. The whole composition is embellished by gold or silver leaf details that enhance its grandeur and luxury mood.
The company, based on Valencia since 1945, will also bring to Milan the GEORGIA kitchen, inspired by the Greco-Roman architecture. Neo-classical lines with rich carvings and inlaid detail in orange, sycamore and walnut root are part of this style that evolved in America between 1750 and 1850. Touches of gold and silver add further sophistication.
More info: www.pico-sa.com