DETAILS THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE
News and design tricks

Published on 13 March 2018 in Meson’s Blog

From the “Details that make a difference” section of our Meson’s News Magazine number 5.

Among the operators of the sector, in recent years there is a growing theory according to which “all the quality that you don’t see is a cost.” Exaggerating this theory, the products should look solid and efficient but actually you shouldn’t worry about whether they are really so and even less if such performances last over time. Those who design and especially those who produce Meson’s kitchens, denies this cyni-cism disguised as a convenience! At the same time, however, we are aware of what can be complicated for a customer to perceive the differences between a mediocre and an excellent product, so in this section we aim to highlight some of the details for which it is worthwhile to buy a quality kitchen … a Meson’s kitchen.

 

 

Metal profile to protect the edge of the shelves.

It is a new optional that has multiple functions, of different nature:

the particular conformation strengthens the perception of the shelf thickness
the upper raised edge prevents the accidental fall of objects
the rigidity of metal minimizes the bending of the shelf, even at full load

 

 

Composed wall unit h. 52 cm

Behind a single front wide up to 240 cm, provided with two electric opening systems, there are up to four containers, inside of which it is possible to house dish drainers and extractor hoods.

 

 

Integrated sink

In all finishes of our range of laminate worktops with support in Unicolor, you can integrate three different stainless steel sinks of different sizes, coated on the four vertical sides with the same laminate of the worktop. On the bottom a platform of the same finish is laid, of slightly reduced dimensions, so as to allow the perimeter draining of liquids. The platform is easily removable so as to access with a simple gesture to the drain.