Handless Kitchens

Sleek, streamlined, and minimalistic.  Those 3 words perfectly describe the essence of handless kitchens. Ultra modern style that can completely change your view on how you use your kitchen.  The only question is - do you dare embrace it?  Here are a few reasons to consider why a handless kitchen might be the right choice for you:

  1. The absence of handles creates a unified look on your kitchen cabinets and drawers.  The symmetrical lines flow freely without any interruptions.  The kitchen door fronts can be appreciated in full beauty.
  2. Handless kitchens look less cluttered, if you think about how many doors your kitchen will have and each door has a handle, as well as drawers - you can suddenly feel overwhelmed by the amount of metal which will be sticking out from your kitchen cabinets.
  3. Doing away with handles in the kitchen gives more space in the kitchen area - each handle protrudes from the cabinets, and even if it's just by an inch - this still creates a cluttered effect and takes away space, especially in small kitchens.
  4. Handless kitchens are safer to use - your body parts, or clothes will not get caught on handles.
  5. Child friendly - you do not have to worry about your little ones hitting the handles when in the kitchen.
  6. Hygienic - handless kitchens are a lot easier to clean than their counterparts with handless.  This is because the recess in a handless kitchen can be wiped quicker and easier than the majority of conventional handles.
  7. Worktop wonders - only in a handless kitchen you can have the worktop sit flush with the edge of the cabinet so you can put your fingers in the reccess/groove to open the doors/drawers.  We also find that handless kitchens look ideal with 20mm thick worktop rather than 30mm usually seen in non-handless kitchens.  This slim minimalistic look further enhances the kitchen's ultra modern minimalistic appearance.

True Handless Style

A true handless German kitchen is considered to be a kitchen with a recess at the top of the cabinets/doors on base cabinets and drawers, at the bottom of wall cabinets, and possibly on the side of tall cabinets.  A channel handle is fitted into this recess during kitchen installation to ensure continuity of the kitchen.  Although at the inception of the true handless German kitchen the channel handle was aluminium - now we can customise the colour and material to match your taste and other aspects of your kitchen.  

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