August 2nd, 2016 Posted by ALNO Miami

Alno Lands Kitchen Project for Sereno 

Furnishing the Bay Harbor Island Building with Modern European Cabinetry 

ALNO, Europe’s leading brand of award-winning kitchens has been assigned a contract to furnish custom kitchen and bathroom cabinetry for a new luxurious residential project, Sereno Bay Harbor Islands. The residential community with 38 large luxury units will feature beautifully functional modular European cabinetry made in Germany by ALNO.

Construction has already commenced and each unit will have kitchens that are tailor-made to fit precisely into each residential apartment.  ALNO, Europe’s most well-known and highly regarded brand, has provided cabinets with unparalleled design and quality. Each unit has a custom-made design to fit the space, boasting stylish contrasting cabinetry.

A gorgeous combination of materials were selected by the projects’ owners and architect which include, ALNOSIGN in ultra-white matte lacquer for the upper cabinetry, and a wood-grain effect in “Silva Beech” for the base cabinets. To stay within a sleek design, and instead of a bulky handle, cabinets are built with a recess grip and long-lasting LED lights. Drawers and doors are equipped with robust Blum hardware and ServoDrive which automates opening and closing the cabinet doors. Appliances are by Bosch, and the faucet is by Blanco.

The bathroom cabinetry will be Silva Beech, an attractive light wood-effect surface, and the master bath will feature ALNO’s FLY EDITION line. The FLY EDITION creates a floating cabinet design which raises off the floor.  Master bath cabinetry will have double sinks and are, like the kitchen, FDA compliant.

All of Sereno’s 38 residential units are fully sold. The building located near Bal Harbor Shops, is waterfront, and offers private boat slips, cabanas with views of the bay, and a rooftop terrace with large Jacuzzi, creating unique experiential living.

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