The handle-less kitchen look

14 Nov 2017

Although contemporary in appearance, the handle-less look is reminiscent of the early 20th-century Bauhaus style: simple yet functional, with designs characterized by a lack of decorative facades or ornamentation.

Cabinet and drawer handles today are a choice rather than a necessity. Opting for a handle-less design creates a streamlined flow of kitchen units that’s beautiful as well as efficient. The resulting look is chic, clean and clutter-free.

The handle-less kitchen look - JOOS Kitchens


Push to open

TIP-ON is an excellent solution for opening handle-less doors and drawers. The mechanical opening feature allows you to simply push on the door or drawer front to open it. Handle-less doors open with ease at a single touch, providing easy access to cabinet interiors. The wide opening angle gives users clear visibility of contents and full freedom of motion. To close, simply press shut. It’s that easy!

Push to open - JOOS Kitchens


Finger grips

A true handle-less kitchen features a continuous rail (finger grip) that is built into the cabinet. The rail sits behind each door and drawer front, and creates a space for you to grip so you can open them easily. This continuous rail can either be the same colour as the cabinet fronts or can be left in a plain aluminium finish to create an additional point of interest.

The advantage of the finger-grip is that the front of the drawers / doors do not pick up finger marks – especially on high gloss finishes.

Finger grips - JOOS Kitchens

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