Beth is the kitchen created by Roberto Conato, in close collaboration with the design office of Martini Interiors: a kitchen designed to be used, aged and enjoyed to the fullest with family and friends. In the shaker style, typical of the Anglo-Saxon building tradition, it proposes a country-type style, with an elegant and refined meaning
Beth the Italian interpretation of a bespoke English-style kitchen - DesignOnWeb
The Veneto-made Beth kitchen is dedicated as a tribute to Shakespeare, who chose Verona as the setting for some of his most famous plays, representing an interpretation of English style, with the quality and attention to detail typical of the Italian and Veronese tradition
A kitchen with a handcrafted look given by the frame structure: each composition, in fact, must be made at the moment allowing it to adapt to the symmetries and proportions of each room, without having to adhere to strict dimensional standards, typical of industrial compositions
Beth's structure is solid wood and can be either lacquered or polished. Interiors are available in various finishes such as solid ash with dovetail joints.
The composition features a 6-meter-long central block with lighted shelves, slatted paneling, backlit storage modules, concealed doors, a ceramic sink, and a large custom-made hood with metal elements and studs. The tall unit area in French Grey finish and the open island with ash top complete the charm and ultra-accessorized convenience of this kitchen
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