I'm trying to organise my kitchen fitter... and it's not easy! I'm looking
for a system with no handles on the doors or drawers - and the floor
cupboard doors are proving a problem. I'm looking in particular for a
method where the door is pushed, and it springs open. He's come up with a
spring latch which works ok, but is very obvious when the door is open. (It
sticks out too much for my liking) The smaller versions look ok, but they
don't push the door out far enough. So we've reached an impasse. I'm
looking for something a bit more discrete than the big spring latch - he
tells me it can't be done. I think it can. I was at a kitchen show in
London a couple of months ago, and there were loads of handle-less doors
there, and I can't recall them having a very obvious spring latch visible
when the door was opened. Maybe I'm wrong? Maybe there's some other system
out there that I've overlooked? I wasn't really looking at the technical
aspect of the catch - I wish I'd paid more attention!
Can anyone point me in the approximate direction?