Schmidt now offers Giro curved cabinetry, which is available in 26 colours and is shown here in Esmerelda Mircon lacquered finish.
It can create a curved, flowing island which conceals a host of storage, such as pull-outs, deep pand drawers and shallow inserts.
The Gira is completed by a S-shaped quartz worksurface, made to measure by Schmidt, and can be teamed with tall, floor-to-ceiling storage.
In addition, to complement the Giro curved island unit, Schmidt also offers the Moon end curved cabinet, which can be used at the end of a run of units or to create a standalone storage solution.
The Moon cabinet can be used as a drinks cabinet, a space for crockery and glassware or to display ceramics.
The Moon range also features Micron lacquered MDF fronts, which are also available in a choice of 26 colours including Blanc, as shown.
Country manager for Schmidt UK David Roy commented: “A curvy island not only looks striking but it is also easy to manoeuvre around for cooking, food preparation, serving meals and interacting with family and friends.
“The Esmeralda colourway is also right on trend for the coming season and beyond.”
To show how Schmidt can personalise its kitchens to meet challenging environments, it unveiled the Vertical Home campaign at the beginning of the year.