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Effortlessly light and grandiose


Effortlessly light and grandiose

A kitchen that is elevated on legs and floats elegantly above the ground. With a horizontal design and unrivalled level of detail, this kitchen resembles a beautiful piece of furniture.


The floating design can be taken in either an international or a Scandinavian direction, all depending on whether you choose natural oak, oxidised oak, linoleum or brass as your material.


The floating design can be taken in either an international or a Scandinavian direction, all depending on whether you choose natural oak, oxidised oak, linoleum or brass as your material.


The frame is a finely crafted construction in itself. The kitchen rests on an oak frame carried by conical, square legs, where the cross joints between frame and legs reveal the simple yet strong construction.

The construction of the drawer elements in the Stiletto kitchen, with the tapered interior construction, is the same as the Classic and Couture kitchens. But in the Stiletto kitchen, the drawers are wide, accentuating the horizontal and floating look.

Every time we start a new project, we follow a set process. It is a tried and tested method for us and we are keen to help you, giving you peace of mind from beginning to end.

Stiletto Materials

Read more about the typical materials used for a Nicolaj Bo Stiletto Kitchen

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Wood is the core element in our designs. Veneer is a classic choice for kitchen fronts, while solid wood is used for tapered drawers and worktops. Depending on the look and feel you want for your Stiletto kitchen, we can design it using light natural oak or we can process the oak so that the look becomes darker and more golden, as seen in the oxidised or smoked oak. Whether you choose quarter-cut or flat-cut veneer also affects the overall look of the kitchen.

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Brass is a mixture of zinc and copper that will patinate and change in appearance with the use of the kitchen. Brass is often used for the details in our kitchen designs, but with Stiletto, we have developed a unique verdigris brass that can be used on kitchen fronts and gable. This is a hand-held process, where each front is treated separately, thereby getting its own unique look. The fronts are treated with a lacquer to prevent the patination typical of standard brass.

Natural Stone

Natural stone is a raw material with a unique structure and sensitivity that will patinate over time. Each natural stone has its own individual outline of patterns, colours and veins, which are a natural part of the material’s charm. Our talented suppliers shape the raw material into elegant and distinctive worktops. Each natural stone is unique, and as the customer, you have the option to choose your raw plate head of production.

During the event 3daysofdesign in 2020, we presented the Stiletto kitchen in a unique version with a surface of oxidized brass. Read more about the thoughts and process behind this kitchen here.

Kitchen moods

The well-thought-out design and impeccable carpentry details are given in all our kitchens. By choice of materials and composition, we can take the overall look of the kitchen in different directions to create your unique kitchen. Explore our kitchen styles and see which one suits you.

Nicolaj Bo Couture

A luxurious and cosmopolitan kitchen mood where the dark elements of the wood contrast beautifully with the marble and metals.

Nicolaj Bo Classic

A simple and timeless kitchen in either linoleum or oak, or a combination of both. Subtle but with a strong character.

Nicolaj Bo Heritage

A traditional and timeless kitchen in painted ash veneer, Heritage combines the legacy that runs in a straight line from the funkis era’s framed kitchens to Nicolaj Bo’s exceptional contemporary functionalism.

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Every product is designed and produced locally at our workshop in Copenhagen. It is important for us to keep our production in Denmark. Because we believe in the value of presence, and that the way to create the very best product is to bring together different professional skills.

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Book a meeting

You can book a free meeting in our calendar below.
At the meeting, we can immerse ourselves in your project and answer your questions.
The meeting can be via conference call or take place in our Showroom at Gammel Kongevej in Copenhagen.

Your request for a meeting will be confirmed within 24 hours. If you wish to have a meeting within 24 hours, we kindly ask you to contact us by phone.