Experience the Beauty of Vita Italiana; Our Showroom in our HQ in Dublin
Shopping online does not live up to shopping in-store because you lose out on the ability to see the products for yourself and see how they work and whether they work for you. It’s the same when it comes to browsing for interiors. You need to be able to see the finishes in person and experience the features of each design, which is something you cannot do online.
At Vita Italiana, we understand this, and that’s why we have a state of the art Vita Italiana showroom, right here in our own HQ in Ballymount, Dublin. With a range of kitchen, living, and bathroom designs, our showroom allows you to see the best of what Vita Italiana has to offer, and we also have top-class designers who will guide you through every part of the experience.
We will give you a glimpse into our showroom, and show you why you need to come and pay us a visit and experience Vita Italiana for yourself.
Diesel Open Workshop Kitchen
As you enter our showroom you will be greeted by the Diesel Open Workshop Kitchen which was an innovative collaboration between Scavolini and the Diesel creative team, and it integrated urbanism into interior design to create a kitchen that is both sophisticated and sleek, whilst also being industrial.
The workshop-style inspiration is evident in the Diesel Open Workshop Kitchen in our showroom with the signature console island with soft steel legs and concrete jersey worktop. This mimicks a workshop bench, however, is crafted into an island with an integrated hob, and a metal overhead hood, tieing in the functionality of a kitchen with the industrial metal theme.
Industrialism and urbanism are further seen in the stock rack shelving system in this kitchen which imitates pipes moulded into shelving. Concrete jersey decorative melamine shelves slot into this system, complimenting the urban vibe of the design.
The beauty of kitchen design is blended into the urban features with the use of ribbed glass cabinet doors framed with silver, and the decorative concrete jersey melamine cabinet doors with soft steel handles. This kitchen elegantly combines natural and manmade materials to create a design unlike any other.
This display in our showroom is within the measurements of an extension that can be carried out on your own property without the requirement of the permit, showing the abilities of a space that may seem quite small, to grow and display major potential.
Next is our Carattere kitchen designed by Vuesse. This kitchen shows an undeniable degree of elegance with Porcelain Cream cabinets, and its light grey cupboards, as well as the spacious island. The decorative cabinets feature a frame door style with a handle grip, removing the need for exterior handles, and allowing for a flow of uninterrupted lines.
There is no shortage of storage in this kitchen with the wall unit and larder units that feature built-in ‘Velo’ lighting that add a depth of tones and beauty to the shelving system. The large cupboards reveal a clever storage feature with their Switch cupboard doors that can be tucked away at the sides and expose storage units, and oven units, all surrounded by a moody anthracite fabric cabinet structure.
The island is an eye-catching feature in this kitchen due to the flow of the worktop down the side of the unit, and the wooden breakfast bar that acts as a bridge between the island and the main kitchen unit. The contrast between the wood of the breakfast bar, and the stone worktop on the kitchen and the island, allows for a mixture of tones, and a pop of colour as the warm wood stands out from the cool-toned worktops.
Designed by Vuesse, this kitchen style was inspired by the journey of evolution and the ability of something to evolve from one thing into another based on the needs of the element.
The evolution kitchen display in our showroom highlights the ability of functionality in a small space, such as an apartment, whilst also encouraging the use of multifunctional elements.
With lacquered cabinet doors, and concrete decorative melamine overhead cabinets, this kitchen offers contrasting materials that also compliment each other. The cabinets feature a silver finished anodised aluminium recessed grip profile, meaning their is no need for handles, allowing for a sleek and modern design.
Its the fine details that make this kitchen so special. With pull down units hidden away in the cabinets, and pull out units hidden away in the longer cupboards, accessibilty and clever storage are the heart of this design. This kitchen also features a hold up and pull out worktop style breakfast bar, meaning it can extend out when needed, and be tucked away again in order to maximise your space.
The signature Evolution “Setup” system is also displayed in this kitchen. This system consists of metal selving and back wall storage where you can tuck away and organise the various accessories and equipment in your kitchen. It allows for a sleek look, whilst also promoting and urbanised feel.
As you move into the next kitchen, you are greeted with a hint of colour with the Liberamente kitchen island which features Blu Alaska cabinet doors and a stunning marble worktop.
This kitchen displays elegance and beauty with its crisp white cabinets that contrast with the deep blue island, and the marble worktop that flows into the kitchen backsplash. Whilst it is a kitchen with a level of sophistication, it also consists of vast choice of storage spaces with deep set drawers, and tall cupboards. It also consists of a beautiful shelving system with integrated lighting and frosted glass doors, creating further contrast in the kitchen between the solid cabinet doors, and the glass doors.
Contrasting design choices clearly play a significant role in this kitchen design and it is further displayed with the choice of two different handle types, an integrated handle on the kitchen cabinets and island cabinets, and long slender metal handles on the cupboards.
This kitchen pushes the boundaries of design and presents a kitchen that is both timeless and stunning (and it’s even better in person!).
The next kitchen, the Foodshelf kitchen, shows the ability to intertwine playfulness into interior design through the use of colour, shape, and clever features.
The mix-match shelving system in this kitchen adds a level of uniqueness to the space whilst also being functional as it acts as a storage solution. By playing with colours in this shelving system, the kitchen experiences variants in depth and tone. The wooden worktop and backsplash also act as elements that inspire depth and tone as the warm natural effects of the wood stand out against the solid colours of the cabinetry. The combination of various materials and colours creates a kitchen unlike any other and can be moulded to suit your personality.
The hidden elements in this kitchen add to its charm. The tucked-away plate rack, and the pull out metal bench unit both act as practical and useful features that can be hidden when not in use. The pull out metal bench acts as extra worktop space and when not needed it can be pushed down and it mimicks a drawer as it slides back into place. With a sliding door system, the kitchen cupboards can also be tucked away when desired.
The sleekness in this kitchen is executed through the hidden handles and appliances, such as the dishwasher that appears as a regular cabinet door. This allows for clean lines and a flow of design without the interruption of elements that do not match the style of the kitchen. This flow of lines also leads into a breakfast bar style peninsula which can act as extra counter space, or as a table.
The QI bathroom combines futuristic features with an elegant design, executing a bathroom that is intriguing yet beautiful.
This bathroom features solid cabinets that are complimented through the inclusion of a wooden bench, white sleek shelving, The signature QI plastic storage units feature rounded edges which match the crystalplast sink. This system allows for you to tuck away your bathroom toiletries to create a sleek finish that flows throughout.
It’s definitely a bathroom style that will have your guests jealous.