Maximising space with Franke kitchen sinks.
July 29th, 2010
With space optimisation in the kitchen a high priority for many city dwellers, Franke have designed a solution to the daily dilemma of where to prepare food.
In response to this demand for space saving, Franke sinks have evolved into Food Preparation Centres (FPC).
Benchtop space is maximised by introducing a roller mat to fit the top of a sink.
The roller mat has become one of the most successful accessories to be launched by the kitchen specialists.
The versatile accessory can be fitted to Franke sinks as a drainer for resting pots once they have been washed or equally practical for resting hot pots without damaging surfaces.
When no longer needed the Rollamat easily rolls up to be stored away in a draw or small space.
Franke also manufacture a range of practical kitchen accessories, from colanders which happily slot into the Franke sinks to elegant graters, chopping boards and salad spinners to complete and complement your kitchen.
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