Up, Up, and Away: Exploring the Aventos HK top-lift system


Don’t make cooking harder than it needs to be — ensure your kitchen is packed with storage and a good ergonomic design so whipping up a meal is a breeze

Consider the pesky overhead cabinets, for example. Rather than ducking and weaving under open cabinet doors, solutions such as the AVENTOS HK top lift system by Blum will make kitchen workflow easier than ever.

The dynamic design of the AVENTOS HK top lifts up and out of the way to allow clear access to the cooking and preparation areas. As a standard, the AVENTOS HK system comes with integrated BLUMOTION soft close for whisper-quiet movements.

When paired with Blum’s SERVO-DRIVE electrical motion support, the AVENTOS HK top will lift up with just a light touch of the front and close with the press of a button. Equip these cabinets with Blum’s mechanical TIP-ON opening support system, too, for a sleek, handleless design.

Not only are AVENTOS lift systems practical, they also look good. Now even smaller in size, the AVENTOS HK top harmonises beautifully with the cabinet interior thanks to its clean-cut design. Installed close to the top panel, its minimalist cover caps are available in light grey, dark grey and silk white, allowing for the lift system to either blend into the cabinet’s inner side or add a deliberate contrast.

It’s the small details that really count in making everyday activities such as preparing food and storing items easy. Blum is a trusted, world-renowned brand that specialises in these solutions to make living in your home as comfortable and natural as possible.

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