Our Visit To EuroCucina
If you follow us on social media or read our last blog, you would have seen that we went to this years EuroCucina.
This blog will go through everything we uncovered whilst at EuroCucina such as the top trends for the kitchen industry and even some pictures of yummy food to make you all hungry…
Don’t worry about that though we have been kind enough to include a tasty summer recipe for you all to enjoy at the end of this blog!
What is EuroCucina?
EuroCucina took place at Fiera Milano, Italy this year together with Salone Del Mobile. All exhibits embodied contemporary design, technological innovations, next generations performance, energy efficiency and ease of use. EuroCucina is the biggest trend setter of all times; allowing designers to showcase their designs and collections to attendees from all over the world!
Why Is It Important?
Being in the design industry, it is significant that we keep up with the top trends, especially to benefit our customers. Alon Interiors want to ensure we meet the individual tastes and needs of our customers, which we know is forever changing. By attending trade shows like that of EuroCucina we are able to see what is new, allowing us to know what to invest in to give our customers the best, most up to date, kitchen products.
The Uncovered Trends
Novy; The Power Of Silence
How?Novy have been able to develop a noise-reduction system, which in turn reduces the sound from the motor and vibration of the product to its lowest point; making it silent!
The team have certainly been busy working from behind closed doors to improve our products and the services we offer. We are proud to announce that we have been accepted by the KBSA (The Kitchen Bedroom Bathroom Specialist Association), which is an accreditation within the industry. Customers can now take out a deposit protection insurance
Modern Handleless Kitchen In June 2016, I initially took on the task of transforming the Cammish’s kitchen as part of a full home renovation. To insure this project was successful it would need to appeal to both the client and eventually the next consumer as the house will be lived in, then finally sold as