Bringing the outside into the kitchen.

 09/07/2019      Kube Design Ideas

Due to the property location and surrounding woods, the kitchen designer felt it was essential to bring the feeling of natural beauty indoors. The dark wood Noyer finish, from the Leicht Synthia range combined with a contrasting light concrete effect for the island with the Ikono range in Keraton, was the perfect combination to achieve this. The Dekton worktops in Halo generate the ideal amount of reflection, which helps maintain natural light sources throughout the day along with complementing the matt door finish. The organic ambience overlays the realisation of a contemporary kitchen. Built-in extraction on the bora induction hob eliminates the need for a noisy and intrusive overhead extractor unit. Along with a suite of Siemens appliances, the kitchen is complete with the new Quooker Flex instant hot water tap. The result is an amazing coming together of modern kitchen functionality with a comforting rustic atmosphere.






Four Kitchen Trends for 2017

 24/07/2017      Kube Design Ideas, Kube News

1. Industrial

The use of different materials in the kitchen is increasing in popularity, with concrete and copper accenting providing a unique mix of economic functionality and industrial chic. With this style comes an increased sense of individuality. Concrete surfaces have a characteristic expression and qualities that make this timeless material a necessity in one-of-a-kind design.

The Concrete A range from Kube Kitchens offers features such as a hot rolled steel worktop and a hand finished range of doors which include a bevelled edge detail, ensuring a truly individual result.


2. Handle-less

Linear looks are becoming more prominent in modern kitchens, with plain and handle-less doors affording a simple but modern look. In a handle-less kitchen, the channel for the door opening is part of the unit carcass, instead of the unit door, allowing it to be more streamlined and give the appearance of a linear and uniform modern kitchen. This kitchen from Kube features contemporary handle-less ivory gloss units, presenting a sleek, elegant design.


3. Technology

An increased tendency towards technology in the kitchen means innovative solutions such as Siemens Home Connect software, allowing the user to be more efficient in the kitchen. Features such as suggested washing programs, interior fridge cameras accessible from anywhere via an app, and a variety of other intuitive uses. Other innovations include Quooker instant boiling water taps, mood-inducing LED lighting and the Bora induction hob, built into the worktop, emphasising space and ergonomics. These features are all available at Kube Kitchens.


4. Hidden Storage

With modern and minimal styles, an emphasis on efficient storage solutions is a must. A compact design goes hand in hand with an internal storage plan. Cutlery inserts, corner solutions and clever pull out storage units and recycling bins. Kube can provide the storage to suit the individual needs and size of your kitchen.


For more information on how Kube can transform your kitchen, contact us at

Nature is full of colours. Colour expresses life. Colour is a factor of our existence

 08/03/2017      Kube Design Ideas

“Nature is full of colours. Colour expresses life. Colour is a factor of our existence.” - Le Corbusier

Natural, expressive and timeless - these are the characteristic qualities of Les Coleurs® Le Corbusier, the range of architectural colours developed by Le Corbusier, which has inspired Leicht to be the first and only kitchen manufacturer to add selected nuances to their portfolio of individual and unique kitchen designs.

With a selection of strong, distinctive colours, Leicht are extending the individual scope for kitchen planning and the design of a harmonious transition from kitchen to living room. Even before the market launch, the Council for Design awarded this new and unique design line the iconic award of winner in the Interior Innovation category.

Planning, when colour is concerned, can be confusing as the industry colour ranges encompass such a large variety of tones and colours. This makes it difficult to ascertain exactly what colours to select, based on their differing effects and colour concepts.

Le Corbusier, one of the pioneers of modern architecture, felt that a clear and consistent palette was the key to convincing architectural colour design. This is why he went on to develop a standardised system of 63 colour tones which he felt were eminently architectural, naturally harmonious, and could be impressively combined with each other.

With carefully selected colours from this range, from cool sky blue to a deeply luminous red, we are proud to announce that this unique colour concept, celebrating the great architect of the Bauhaus era, Le Corbusier is available for the first time at Kube Kitchens.