Three New Kitchen Designs for Reform

Known for its IKEA kitchen hacks Danish design company Reform has launched three new collaborations with renowned architects and designers Studio David Thulstrup, Note Design Studio and Muller Van Severen. All of the new designer collaborations work with IKEA kitchens.

Match by Muller Van Severen

Gent-based duo Muller Van Severen is pairing their their signature material, the durable and wax-like polyethylene traditionally used in cutting boards, with a playful kitchen design that tickles the eye and plays with convention. The kitchen fronts come in six bold, striking nuances: white, blue, peach, green, red and brown. The fronts are combined with brass handles and a lush marble countertop.

Frame by Note Design Studio

In Frame the clean lines of Scandinavia meet a warm, nature-inspired aesthetic in an inviting kitchen that you want to reach out and touch. The fronts come with either natural deep brown, ivory white or pale blue. The countertop is made from Corian.

Plate by Studio David Thulstrup

Copenhagen-based Studio David Thulstrup, known for balancing classic design history with a modern design language, goes deep into modern simplicity with a pared-back take on tradition that draws on the prize-winning architect and designer’s keen eye for laying bare the essence of materials. Matte, glossy and brushed surfaces, deep colours and bold textures like granite sit neatly alongside the matte, industrial sheen of brushed aluminium and stainless steel for a look that’s raw, honest and elegantly unfiltered.