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No dog is an island with Milestone Kitchens’ latest unit

No dog is an island with Milestone Kitchens’ latest unit

The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s that welcoming space where families gather to chat, laugh, cook and enjoy each other’s company. It’s also a place where pets relax, often getting under foot at inopportune moments.

Answering the needs of dog-loving families in South Africa, Milestone Kitchens has created a free-standing designer kitchen island that is not only perfectly practical for all of your kitchen requirements, but has a dedicated space for your dog to rest too.

Called The Nina Island, this stylishly crafted unit is everything you need from a central kitchen unit, and more. Measuring at 3000mm (width) x 1200mm (depth) x 900mm (height), it has an ample surface area, incorporates two good-sized pot drawers, two vegetable drawers, four spacious cupboards, plus room for a comfortable dog bed.

“Dogs are social animals and want to be where the family is. You will often find them in the kitchen, lying on the floor, where it’s easy to trip over them. This can be dangerous, especially if you are carrying a knife or hot oil from the stove. To solve this issue, we have created The Nina Island (named after our beloved German Pointer) which stylishly, and hygienically, incorporates space for a dog bed,” says Silvia Miles, founder and owner of Milestone Kitchens.

Since 2010, Milestone Kitchens has been creating elegant, free-standing designer kitchens in Wartburg, KwaZulu-Natal. From sink units to grocery cupboards, every piece is thoughtfully designed and made with care. The units are constructed in solid pine, with Supawood in key structural areas, and expertly painted in our standard colours or the colour of your choice.

Milestone Kitchens provides its customers with the flexibility and cost-effectiveness of a free-standing kitchen, and the style and finish of a state-of-the-art fitted kitchen. Appealing to a variety of tastes and settings, the kitchen units are available in four distinct styles – English Elegance, French Flair, African Allure and and Swedish Style.

Like all the pieces in the Milestone Kitchens collection, The Nina Island, can be customised to ensure that it fits your unique kitchen environment – it is the centrepiece your kitchen has been waiting for.

The price of The Nina Island starts from R39 800, excluding soft furnishings for the dog bed. To order, or for more information, please visit www.milestonekitchens.co.za.

 

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