All kinds of changes in life affect the home. Maybe you’ve become a devoted baker, started collecting unique porcelain or the family has grown with a baby. Whatever it is, the needs in the kitchen can suddenly change. With ENHET we wanted to create a more flexible kitchen series that you can easily customise and update as your everyday life changes – or when you just want to show a little more of your personality.
“We started by asking people around the world what their challenges look like in the kitchen,” says Daniel Loader, who worked with the development of ENHET. “Then we understood that the shortage of space and need for personalisation is universal.”
These insights convinced Daniel and his colleagues to focus on developing both closed cabinets which are more conventional, as well as open shelves in stable metal frames.
"Whatever you put on the open shelves – porcelain, a fine olive oil or your most loved cookbooks – it becomes your personal and unique expression", says Daniel and explains how shelves and cabinets can be combined in many different ways to suit every kitchen. And when the needs change, it's easy to complete with more storage solutions.
Flexibility is also the key word for several ENHET accessories, and Daniel has his favourite.
"The hook rail. Here you can hang pots and pans, mugs, towels – pretty much anything you want to have close at hand when working in the kitchen. And you can easily move the hooks around without having to drill holes in the wall”, he says while putting up some hooks on the metal rail under a shelf.
“Our goal with ENHET was to make it easy to end up with a more practical and personal kitchen. So you can plan less, and live more."