Bar Slide

Bar Slide

Bar Slide

Slide is a rotating kitchen bar, which moves in a longitudinal way along the kitchen worktop or on a wall thanks to an aluminium slide, which can be installed instead of the rim of the kitchen worktop or on any wall. The movement allows making use of the bar surface in different situations in the long run; as support element, when you are cooking, as auxiliary surface while you are washing the dishes and of course in order to eat on it. Slide is manufactured in six standard measurements or custom-made, and provides a wide range of finishes, tabletop in wood finished with open-pore, coloured glass or ceramic square with a high level of resistance to scratches and heat. It is also possible to provide the bar body with the movement mechanism, and to choose the material, that you prefer for the worktop, either matching with the same material as the kitchen worktop or with another, which breaks the colours monotony of the furniture.

 

Technical Data

Configurator

PART 1:
  • Ceramic Artic
  • Ceramic Calacatta
  • Ceramic Beton
  • Ceramic Cement
  • Ceramic Iron Moss
  • Ceramic Basalt
  • Ceramic Nero
  • Matt Glass White
  • Glossy Glass White
  • Glossy Glass Anthracite
  • Glossy Glass Black
  • Glossy Glass Red
  • Glossy Glass Turtledove
  • Glossy Glass Turtledove
  • Glossy Glass Turtledove
  • Laminate Waterfall White oak
  • Laminate Waterfall Natural oak
  • Ceramic Waterfall Artic
  • Ceramic Waterfall Calacatta
  • Ceramic Waterfall Beton
  • Ceramic Waterfall Cement
  • Ceramic Waterfall Iron Moss
  • Ceramic Waterfall Basalt
  • Ceramic Waterfall Nero
  • Ceramic Waterfall Nero
  • Glass Waterfall Matte white
  • Glass Waterfall White
  • Glass Waterfall Anthracite
  • Glass Waterfall Red
  • Glass Waterfall Turtledove

PART 2:
  • Metal White
  • Metal Anthracite
  • Metal Black
  • Metal Aluminium

PART 3:
  • Metal White
  • Metal Anthracite
  • Metal Black
  • Metal Aluminium

Bar Slide

PART 1: Ceramic Artic
PART 2: Metal White
PART 3: Metal White

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