Kitchen renovators who love a modern, clean-lined style find the Blum SERVO DRIVE a great option for their kitchen cabinetry.
Because it enables drawers to open with just a single light touch, you can do away with handles, giving your kitchen a contemporary, fuss free look.
Blum has won a number of awards for industrial design in the US and Europe. Its smart approach to improving the way kitchen drawers and doors open and close has won fans worldwide.
The Blum SERVO DRIVE is an electronic opening system that makes opening and closing kitchen cabinetry drawers and doors effortless and quiet.
I’ve used it in this beautiful kitchen, seen below, created for a Sydney kitchen design client.
All of the horizontal wall cabinets feature Blum SERVO DRIVE electronic opening doors.
Each door opens easily with a gentle press of the finger (or knee if your hands are full!), and its no-handle style matches the sleek and calm look the owners were seeking.
I think this is a great example of how technology has helped to support aesthetic principles in kitchen design.
As an accredited designer with certification in Blum Dynamic Space theories, I can help you plan a kitchen renovation that enhances how you use your space. Contact me if you’d like to know more about my specialised kitchen design Sydney service.
By Dean Welsh