This country house was built in the 1920s; it was the time when the term “fitted kitchen” was not known (there was no electricity back then as rural communities started having access to electric power in 1960). Its walls are made of stone and the flooring was initially made of cement; several decades later tiles were added.
The kitchen installed is called “matchboard” and it is the first kitchen model that “Vasilakis” company designed. The door and handles made of naturally varnished solid oak create a light contrast to the white formica laminate worktop. This addition along with the hood cabinet and recessed display cabinet give the room a distinctive look.
Designing a kitchen for such an old house was a great challenge. The flooring and the walls were not entirely even or symmetrical. However, no matter how odd-sized the room may be, there is no gap left between the cabinets and the walls. This actually is our greatest asset; our ability to design and build kitchens customized to the dimensions required. This is what sets “Vasilakis” kitchens apart.