If the name didn’t give it away, you would never guess that the Paperstone kitchen by Key is made of a new material made from recycled, eco-friendly paper. It’s shocking really, when you look at the pictures. Designed by Alessio Bassan, this contemporary Paperstone kitchen is made of recycled paper fiber and non-petroleum-based resins - turning it into an ideal surface for regular kitchen applications. To maintain that streamlined look while maximizing function, the design incorporates recessed handles, a sink with sunken taps and a board that can be placed a top for extra preparation room. Especially noteworthy is the checkerboard design, which gives the kitchen an interesting and unique appearance. Learn more at Key.
Posted in Kitchens on July 14, 2011 9:39 PM