Stealth Kitchen by Reform Furniture

Stealth Kitchen: modular kitchen by Resource Furniture

Stealth Kitchen by Reform Furniture

Living in a small city apartment does not mean that you have to cook your food in a tiny cramped kitchen. The Stealth Kitchen is specially made for those who do not want to compromise with their cooking space even in a small home. This kitchen offers you a complete kitchen concealed within gorgeous wooden cabinets when not in use. With Stealth Kitchen in your home, you would not have to create a separate kitchen in your small apartment.

Stealth Kitchen is the latest product of the Resource Furniture, a New York based furniture manufacturing company that has grabbed people’s attention with their hideaway bedrooms, couches and their other space savers. But, with their latest innovation, they have taken the concept of concealed furnishings to an entirely new level. These kitchen modules can be easily tucked into the wall with just a flip of some panels. Taking up just six linear feet of space, these modules incorporate a fully equipped kitchen with all modern necessities of a high end kitchen including a fridge, freezer, dishwasher, microwave, oven, cooktop, sink, prep space, and a plenty of extra storage space, all hidden behind wooden cabinetry wall that blends seamlessly with its surroundings.

Stealth Kitchen by reform funiture

Stealth Kitchen by reform funiture

Being a modular system you can also configure your kitchen space by adding things double ovens, island units, washer/dryer laundry centers, and dry/wet bars according to your needs. The Stealth Kitchen has a fold down countertop and a popup table serving as a dining table for one. take a look at the teaser video of this modular kitchen below:


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