Combining function with aesthetic as well as sociability with practicality, Rogerseller presents Bontempi Cucine, the latest in kitchen design.
November 4th, 2010
Having been designing kitchens for over 20 years, Bontempi transforms the kitchen space into a social setting, furnishing your home with unique style, character, functionality and prestige.
Established for more than 40 years, the Bontempi brand is synonymous with cutting edge Italian design, strong aesthetic appeal combined with superior function.
With a passion for designing cutting-edge kitchens with innovative hidden technologies, Rogerseller presents the new Bontempi range, which highlights the integration of two, once very separate spaces – entertaining and living areas within the kitchen.
You can pick and choose to suit your exact needs and aesthetic preferences, with Bontempi offering a combination of materials and sizes, for example, thick stainless steel benchtops with slim oak islands.
To create your own unique and individual kitchen, Rogerseller offers complete consultation and co-ordinated installation services to ensure the best result for your home or project.
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