Show kitchen:

This villa is a marmoreal haven with alluring marble cladded on interior and exterior walls. Such richness had to be complimented with only the top-notch show kitchen – next125. This show kitchen that is adjoining an extravagant dining area has muted kitchen furniture finishes of high-gloss lacquer in Crystal White color with accents of highly contrasting Tobacco Knotty Oak open shelves. This kitchen canvas is completed by a beautiful veiny white marble for the island and worktop.

This lustrous kitchen is almost entirely handle-less except for the fridge doors. The sleek architecture is enhanced by the floating base cabinets that hoists the wet area and an elongated working coutertop. The cooking section has been incorporated into the island along with a 3-seater wooden breakfast bar.

This kitchen works in layers with with the 3 main action areas placed parallel to one another. The Foster sink and mixer on the floating cabinets, Siemens induction hob on the island and the white goods from Siemens integrated in the tall cabinets. The hood supplied by the client has been secured in the centre of the kitchen ceiling.

The storage in the kitchen has been enhanced by internal drawers, wall mounted cabinets, open shelves and multiple tall & island cabinets.

A subtle glow by the grip-ledge and under floating counter lighting augments the luxuriance of the show kitchen.

Scroll down for walking through the informal kitchen and pantry in the same villa…

First floor Open Kitchen:

This open kitchen is meant for more intimate family affairs and hence has a more diverse color pallet. The neutral hues of the adjacent living space has been continued within the Schüller kitchen through Sand Grey high-gloss lacquer laminate tall units flushed into the marble cladded wall. The generously sized kitchen island is split into 2 sides – one half is with base cabinets made in Lava Black high-gloss lacquer finish and the other half is a breakfast bar made of Moor Oak pore effect laminate.

The island has a backdrop of the tall cabinets with open shelves in the same wooden finish as the breakfast bar. The 3 colors are well balanced giving a pleasing visual panorama. The architectural lines have been kept clean by omitting handles and ceiling mounted hood. As this kitchen is not meant for heavy cooking, a modest line up of appliances include Siemens single induction hob, microwave, warming drawer and refrigerator.

Scroll down for images and info about the pantry..


A sleek pantry skillfully tucked next to the formal dining space. Meant as an interim room to reheat food before serving or making a quick microwavable snack or mixing a drink, this pantry is unique. The constricted space called for smart engineering that meant less space for the kitchen but more space in the kitchen. Schüller-C kitchen has been installed in Sand Grey finish with Calacatta marble worktop and backsplash.

To enhance the aesthetics of the space a variety of cabinet shutters have been incorporated including laminate doors, roller shutter and satinated glass shelf shutter. As the width of the space is constricted, a handleless kitchen has been created for smoother operation. Plus, the complete backsplash has been enriched by Cube system.

Although the kitchen has enough natural light flooding in from the clear glass wall on one side, the in-shelf and under-shelf lighting definitely enhances the ambience.

Smart architecture, right?!

A multi-kitchen project for massive 6 bedroom family villa in Umm Al Sheif (Umm Suqeim). Each kitchen adapted to its own unique culinary use. Each kitchen exuding it’s own charm with a variety of finishes decked with marble.

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