Furniture Industry

01 February 2021


We can find curved elements even in a linear model with a minimalist taste like Penelope; even if these items were underrated for a while, now it’s their time to shine again for being a new trend for 2021. Their ergonomics, the increasingly lack of separation between the kitchen and the living room - and therefore the need to ‘furnish scenographically’ the space -, as well as the reassuring sensation of soft and circular shapes, turn them into beautiful, evocative and functional solutions. Furthermore, about trends, here it is one of Penelope’s available compositions, shown in a tone of grey that is very reminiscent of the Pantone’s colour of the year for 2021: Ultimate Grey combined with Illuminating yellow.

The kitchen includes a wall unit with simple lines, highlighted by the completely smooth doors of the base cabinets in Monsoon grey finish and of the wall cabinets in cendrè walnut finish. The large curved peninsula, developed according to ARAN Cucine’s productive capacity and craftsmanship, can be used as a large storage compartment, accessible from three sides, and as a multifunctional top: on the marble top, besides housing the hob, there is also enough room to work and eat some food. Copernico element in black aluminium, with back panel and shelves in HPL colour to match, can be a handy place to storage kitchen items and ingredients and offers a valid space-saving alternative to normal wall coverings.
The household appliances and pantry tall units complete the composition, customizable in size and finishes. Penelope thus confirms its trendy soul, its great versatility and its capacity to offer ad hoc solutions for any need, whether they are dictated by taste, space or, indeed, fashion.

For more information contact Erika Rastelli:

Zona Industriale
I-64032 ATRI, Teramo / Italy
Tel. +39 085 87941