Handleless Kitchens by LWK Kitchens

With an unrivalled range of handleless kitchen products and depth of experience in designing and installing them, the LWK Team feel we can justly call ourselves experts within this field. Catering for budgets ranging from £15,000 to over £50,000, our high quality handleless kitchens are possible within almost every door in our range, and in a wide variety of colours and materials. This includes all of our gloss, matt, stone and concrete doors, as well as the majority of our wood doors.

Polar White Sherry Oak Handleless Kitchen

Benefits of a handleless kitchen:-

  • The handleless kitchen style creates a clean, uncluttered and timeless look. (Its timeless quality is especially beneficial if there’s a future possibility of you selling your home).
  • Whether a bold statement, two tone design, or a soft scheme with flowing curves, the wide range of door options within the handleless style -along with its versatile nature- enables increasingly creative ideas and design possibilities.
  • They take up less space than a handled kitchen. This is particularly significant for small kitchens where an absence of handles enables more space, increases usability and eliminates the possibility of snagging clothes.
  • Handleless kitchens are easier to clean and maintain, requiring only a simple wipe of the surfaces rather than cleaning in and round the handles. This also makes them more hygienic as dirt cannot accumulate in these hard-to-clean areas.
  • Handleless kitchen doors can be easily, and elegantly, continued into other areas of the home. This makes them a popular option for living room furniture within open plan arrangements.
  • Handleless systems with a push open mechanism enable easy access to cupboards through a smooth, free motion, whilst a wide door opening angle provides a clear visibility of the contents within.
Handleless kitchen cabinets: What is a true handleless kitchen?

Handleless kitchen cabinets: What is a true handleless kitchen?

A true handleless kitchen will always contain a handleless kitchen channel system. Requiring a specialist manufacturing process, each cabinet carcass in the run of units has a sophisticated rebate machined into it, and into this, a stainless-steel c-shaped channel is inserted. Via this mechanism the door is opened by placing your hand behind the top edge of the door or drawer and pulling it forwards and outwards. Yet increased demand for handleless kitchens has brought new variations of this style, making them more affordable. For example, a J-Groove or J-Pull has an integrated J-shaped recess at the top edge of the door for the fingers to curve around and pull the door outwards. But this style is not a ‘true handleless kitchen!’ It is important to recognise the difference and note that manufacture processes and the resulting product vary greatly in quality.

Handleless kitchen cabinets: What is a true handleless kitchen?
Black Ceramic kitchen finish

Handleless Kitchen Showrooms

Both of our London showrooms include Handleless kitchen displays where you can see, touch and feel the quality of our handleless kitchens. Please contact us for further details and/or you can book an appointment to come and experience for yourself.

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