Abimis: A Kitchen in Any Finishing

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Designing an Abimis kitchen is like sewing an haute couture gown: you can customise the cut, the colour, the material, to make it as unique as a work of art, fully personal. Bespoke.

The top and doors on Abimis kitchens can in fact be customised with any finish, while retaining the characteristic core in biologically neutral stainless steel which makes them hard-wearing, durable, safe and eco-sustainable.

The apparent coldness of stainless steel can thus be abated by matching it with natural stone, acrylic, wood or other materials, or by painting the structure in any shade you prefer, to suit all styles and settings.

An example can be found in the kitchens which Abimis presented at the latest edition of Eurocucina, customised with rough-cut wooden doors, or the model recently installed in th heart of North Italy, with a spectacular Nero Assoluto granite top with leather finish and split edge.

Abimis can be any kitchen. You just choose which.


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