Stosa Cucine kitchen by Shantanu Garg design

This is a Stosa cuicine island kitchen, where the unique use of very subtle colors with a pop of highlights in form of turquoise blue polycoat and red chairs creates a one in itself look. In this custom made kitchen design.

This is a Stosa cuicine island kitchen, where the unique use of very subtle colors with a pop of highlights in form of turquoise blue polycoat and red chairs creates a one in itself look. In this custom made kitchen design, the use of grey stone top, and veneer in contrast with high gloss lacquer bestows antique touch to the kitchen.

The kitchen has been designed blending various materials and colors, like different shades of polycoat finish creates a different look and other materials like veneer and stone adds different texture to it.

The kitchen units are placed in such a way that it is not only comfortable to use but also has a modern look to it. It is an incorporation of visually aesthetic SMEG unit which makes it more appealing to the eyes.

The kitchen units are placed in such a way that it is not only comfortable to use but also has a modern look to it. It is an incorporation of visually aesthetic SMEG unit which makes it more appealing to the eyes.

Shantanu Garg Design is acknowledged for its custommade luxury habitats. The confluence of cross over design is at the forefront of Shantanu Garg Design with curation & consultation of design projects in Italy and around the globe. This is reflected in the repertoire of projects designed by the firm across the country spanning across Jaipur, Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Ajmer, Udaipur and more.

Shantanu Garg Design is acknowledged for its custommade luxury habitats. The confluence of cross over design is at the forefront of Shantanu Garg Design with curation & consultation of design projects in Italy and around the globe. This is reflected in the repertoire of projects designed by the firm across the country spanning across Jaipur, Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Gurgaon, Kolkata, Ajmer, Udaipur and more.

The project was published in the JULY 2017 issue of SURFACES REPORTER.

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