Difference between Gola Profile and Profile Handles for the opening of doors.
Once we go deep into in the project of a new kitchen, a countless doubts regarding the design, functionality, aesthetics. etc., emerge and it is this the moment of seeking for information where we all do: Google. When typing ‘modern kitchen design’ we start receiving new concepts and information we are not used to such as handleless kitchen cabinets, gola profile, integrated handles for drawers and cabinet doors, flat gola profile, C and J profiles, horizontal gola, vertical gola, profile handles and many others.
And it is true that those who just arrived in the kitchen world can feel confused and do not understand what it is about.For that reason, our goal in Rincomatic is to get that those concepts are clearly explained, and it is easy to recognize them when a professional talk about the design and budget of our kitchen and bathroom.
For a start, it is needed to know that existence of these systems goes hand in hand with the furniture hardware manufacturer and it is being updated constantly for offering products which can make life in the kitchen simpler and much more comfortable. They provide different solutions able to adapt to every design, door model and budget.
We start by presenting three systems that can be combined among them opening up a world of possibilities:
1) Drawers and cabinet doors with profile handles:
Even though it sounds paradoxical, doors with profile handles have become part of the handleless kitchen concept. They are installed along the upper edge of the cabinet door or front of the drawer, creating a single element which makes possible opening comfortably from any point. It is resistant, easy to clean and due to his variety of finishes, it is possible to combine them with the rest of the elements and accessories in the kitchen.
They can be installed in horizontal or vertical position depending on the kitchen cabinet type: upper or lower cabinets, creating the horizontal and vertical lines typical of contemporary design.
As shown in the pictures, when several drawers coincide, we try to match them to form a C-shape with the purpose of getting a comfortable opening. This is possible by placing one handle upwards and the other downwards.
2) Horizontal gola and vertical gola profile: C-shape and J-shape
Traditional Gola Profile system or also known as Continuous Handle consists of two profiles: C-shape and J-shape which are installed in the kitchen cabinets both in horizontal and vertical position. In horizontal position, the gola profile in J shape is installed in the upper part of the base cabinet and the gola profile in C between drawers so that both upper and lower drawers can be open through the same profile.