What the corner does to you

You don't think about it, but the finish of a corner defines the whole. It impacts vertical and horizontal lines, material, colour and the interplay with the worktop. Certain effects are accentuated while creating harmony, which is enhanced by the impeccable handle-less design.

We are very aware of this and have even created three different types of corners. All three have their own characteristic impact, with the continuous handle strip on the vertical and horizontal lines.

For the SLX, there is the moulded wall corner with its integrated lighting, and for the S2, which we show here, we have two: the mitred corner and the universal corner.

The Universal corner

The universal angle always has an end plate, and that end plate has a certain thickness. That thickness is the benchmark for the rest of the design. It determines the thickness of the other materials and how they harmonize together and form a whole. It determines the choice of the other materials and thus creates a somewhat more robust overall look.

The mitred corner

With the mitred corner, we actually look for subtlety. This is because with the mitred corner we have the opportunity to work in a more refined way and make interesting combinations with other 'thinner' materials, resulting in a whole of beautiful and clean lines.

You see, the shape of the corner has an impact on the overall design and therefore, apart from the choice of materials, colours and shapes, determines the overall design of your kitchen. Which, of course, is very personal. Sometimes you know it, sometimes you feel it, and sometimes you have to experience it.

A good reason to visit the SieMatic showroom.