Handleless Kitchens





High Gloss White Island Kitchen
Rotpunk Metallic Look Pearl and Sherwood Mahattan Wood Island Kitchen | Net Kitchens Direct
Handleless Real Oak Sand-Grey

Handleless Kitchens

Available throughout our range, browse examples here.

Rotpunkt Handleless Kitchen In Matt Carbon Grey With Rough Cut Oak
Rotpunkt Gloss White + XL Black Handles
Rotpunkt Framed Wood City Brown Oak and Matt Umbra Handleless Kitchen
Rotpunkt Bardolia Oak Handleless
Rotpunkt City oak and Metallic Brown Steel Handleless Island Kitchen
Contemporary Handleless Kitchen Design
Rotpunkt Handleless Matt Kitchen in Umbra and Framed City Brown Oak
Rotpunkt Handleless Kitchen in Split Oak and Matt Cashmere
Rotpunkt Stone Look Marble White Handleless
Rotpunkt Stone Look White Marble and Grey Texture Handleless Kitchen
Rotpunk City Nature Oak with Black Handleless Channel
Rotpunkt Matt Black and Lava Grey Handleless Island Kitchen
Rotpunk Concrete Look Open Plan Handleless Kitchen
Rotpunk Handleless Kitchen Island in Matt Arabica with Sherwood Park Wood Tall Units
Rotpunkt Gloss White Handleless Kitchen
Rotpunk Handleless Pearl Kitchen Peninsula With Sherwood Mahattan Wood
Rotpunkt Matt Lava and Umbria Island Kitchen
Rotpunkt Matt Lava and Carbon Handleless Kitchen
Rotpunkt Matt Mocha + Old Wild Oak Handleless
Ceramic Look Lava Grey
Bright Red + White Gloss Kitchen
Azure Blue Handleless Kitchen
Wide Grain Oak Handleless Kitchen
Metallic Look Titanium Kitchen
Metallic-look Titanium Kitchen
Metallic-Look Industrial Steel
Matt Cashmere- Handleless Kitchen
Matt Celeste Blue + Ivory Gloss Kitchen
Gloss White + Black Glazed Feature Units
Gloss Velvet Blue +Matt Cashmere Kitchen
Gloss Lava Grey Kitchen
Handleless Shaker Painted Ivory & Cashmere
Handleless Shaker Painted Oyster
Shaker Broadoak Rye & Charcoal
Matt Handleless Regiment + Gloss Dove Grey
Gloss Silver Grey
Shaker Hartforth
Handleless Copper Dusk Grey and Graphite
Handleless Painted Steel Blue and Limestone
Handleless Sage Grey and Woodgrain Atrium Grey
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Handleless Kitchens by Net Kitchens Direct

With an unrivalled range of handleless kitchen products and depth of experience in designing and installing them, the Net Kitchens Direct Team feel we can justly call ourselves experts within this field. Catering for budgets ranging from £10,000 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, ceramic and concrete doors, as well as the majority of our wood doors.

why are handleless kitchens so popular?

Simply put, the handleless kitchen style is popular because of its streamlined, sleek and elegant appearance. ‘Streamline’ refers to a kitchen view where the flow of the units is uninterrupted and efficient. The lack of handles reflects a minimalist design approach toward achieving purity and simplicity within design, ensuring that which is not needed, is not present…such as handles! In accordance with this concept, kitchen design has evolved so that handles are now a kitchen choice rather than necessity.

Rotpunkt Wood Mocha and Caramel Island Kitchen | Net Kitchens Direct

Benefits of handleless kitchens:-

  • 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 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 around 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; furthermore, a wide door opening angle provides clear visibility of the contents within.

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. However, 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.


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