La Cornue thinks of small kitchens

La Cornue thinks of small kitchens

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Aesthetic, friendly and practical, the central island, the backbone of the open kitchen, has become in recent years the nerve center around which we like to meet with family or friends. On the strength of this observation, the French brand La Cornue offers in 2015 a solution for small kitchens: installing 90 cm cookers in a central island specially designed for urban spaces. An interesting novelty when you know that the central island makes it possible to optimize the space by grouping various elements, to smooth the circulation and to delimit the border between the functional side and the relaxation corner.

The philosophy of La Cornue

With a natural distribution and a fluid circulation where everything is at hand, the central island has always been considered by La Cornue as the most functional, user-friendly and elegant solution for the layout of a kitchen. It is from this idea that a central mini-island was born which harmonizes with the other elements of the kitchen.

A mini-island adapted to the brand's emblematic models

La Cornue 1908, Albertine or CornuFé 90, this beautiful island was designed to integrate with the small models of stoves marketed by the brand. Particularly adapted to the constraints of small kitchens, its dimensions of two meters forty by one meter ten thus make it possible to bring together the stove and the dining table to save space and optimize space. Storage drawers on either side of the range extend with an elegant vibrated stainless steel worktop. And, thanks to the three stools that accompany the island, it becomes a source of shared pleasure and happiness. Finally, on the color side, the choice is vast. Indeed, the color of the furniture is fully customizable and matched to the color of the stove.
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