Have handles gone out of fashion? Nowadays, drawers, cupboards and even doors can only be opened with a gentle tap. Especially for those who like a more reduced look, it is a modern, simple, and elegant solution. But what about in everyday life? Do no-handle fronts pass the everyday test here with greasy and dirty fingers in the kitchen?
The idea behind no-handle fronts is obvious: a simple tap with light finger pressure is enough to trigger the mechanism. For base units, this can also be activated with the knee.
However, where there is a lot of tapping, there is also a lot of soiling and the cleaning cloth has to be used more often. On the other hand, it is quicker to wipe over the flat surface without handles. Especially in smaller kitchens, no-handle solutions can save a few centimetres.
With or without? In the end, it is the look, the practical use, the design, and your own gut feeling that decide on your very own Rempp kitchen.