When it comes to creating or remodeling a kitchen, choosing the right design depends on many factors: how the kitchen is going to be used, personal or client’s style prerequisites and functional aspects such as efficiency, spaciousness and convenience.
Before starting the design process, it’s important to understand that kitchens are about more than just cooking — whether small or large, today they represent the heart of the home, the new living space for talking, eating, laughing, and sharing, so the style design will be crucial.
From cozy country kitchens to modern, minimal and pop styles, come and find the style that suits your project, with these stylish and innovative decorating ideas by Mirage.
Simple, neutral and with an appealing material quality: these are the defining features that have been shaped into Glocal, the new smooth concrete collection in Mirage porcelain stoneware.
Throughout the entire history of modern and contemporary architecture, from the origins of Le Corbusier’s Brutalism to the Japanese formwork of Tadao Ando, concrete has been among the materials most widely used on the design scene, since it allows each design engineer to configure spaces and bring a personal touch to them, in line with specific style and furnishing requirements
Mirage has fully exploited the characteristic feature of spattled cement, coming up with a light, delicate collection with clean-cut, yet profound textures reminiscent of the material in its most typically original guise, enhanced by a careful selection of subtle details.
Six neutral shades, ranging from white to anthracite, as well as a series of cold and warm grey nuances that combine attractively both with each other and with the materials featured in other Mirage collections to highlight the variety of furnishing and design solutions available.
The new PopJob collection by Mirage comes from the collaboration with Studio Job and was inspired by a re-interpretation of wood that breaks cleanly away from any standard of imitation, to explore an alternative, provocative style that is very graphic and colorful.
The choice of design and the color range proposed in Pop Job gives a distinctly maximalist feel to wood, overturning it completely and transforming it from a natural, neutral material into a true icon of Pop.
There are seven shades available, ranging from more neutral and versatile tones, such as white, beige, grey and black, to more extravagant, vibrant colors such as green, pink and blue.
From Nature to Design: Koru is the new collection of porcelain stoneware strips by Mirage that seeks to offer a reinterpretation of the types of wood of fruit trees.
The collection comes in four colors, and is characterized by light veining effects, distinctive gnarls and compact fibers, the use of which, in the natural version, has nonetheless been traditionally limited to furniture-making and the decoration of objects and constructions.
Koru is an expression of all the technological innovations in the production of fine porcelain stoneware by Mirage: graphic and visual depth, complexity of color and the innovative Mirage graphic layering decoration make Koru a collection with an extremely natural feel.
Unlike its natural counterpart, this is a product unaffected by humidity and scratching, and which requires no maintenance other than the daily cleaning of the floors or surfaces; it does not require regular surface treatments.