Stile di Vita is at the forefront of luxury kitchen design.
November 21st, 2008
Kitchens are at the heart of the home, and anyone with a passion for food knows that a great deal of time can be spent in the kitchen – especially if it doubles as a dining area. Stile di Vita strives to eliminate the separation between cooking and living, creating spaces that are beautiful, functional and efficient.
The company is based in Queensland, supplying the latest in luxury European kitchens to clients across the world. Specialising in architectural solutions for the kitchen, Stile di Vita is able to combine elements of living, cooking and dining with the stylishness of modern design.
Working with renowned Italian brands such as Arclinea, Stile Di Vita deliver kitchens that are modern, sleek and classy – fitting in with the needs of the individual.
‘Stile di Vita’ means ‘lifestyle’ in Italian. True to their name, Stile Di Vita work closely with their clients, developing a true sense of a client’s lifestyle and needs. In this way, the company is able to create customised spaces that fit seamlessly into the lives of its customers.
With both experience and versatility, Stile di Vita is at the forefront of luxury kitchen design.
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