Here is a great example of how to fit a new handle less Ivory kitchen. We recently installed this new kitchen for one of our customers in Leeds. The kitchen area itself was not massive, but with a bit of thinking outside the box between us and the customer, we came up with a kitchen design that offered them all the storage and worktop space that they had been previously been lacking in this small kitchen, whilst still providing them with a stunning looking kitchen that does not look or feel squashed or small.
There are a few nice features in this handleless kitchen one of the main ones is the square external corner posts that have the finger groove running round the top edge witch giving the kitchen a continuous finger groove all the way round the cabinets for a very sleek contemporary feel. One of the other nice features is the two drawer base unit that has a secret internal top drawer that is facing out from the end of the peninsular rather than on one side or the other that is harder to do when fitting the kitchen but in this instances gives you more space to use the drawers when pulled out..
The brown colour quartz complements the handleless cream kitchen units perfectly and completes this modern style of contemporary kitchen.