Versatile. From every angle. That’s the Nola kitchen.
Bringing together texture, finish and colour with striking geometric lines produces a kitchen guaranteed to have that wow factor, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. It’s a masterpiece of style with substance, endlessly practical and easy to live with.
For style, read Sweden.
As its name suggests, this is a kitchen inspired by Nordic culture, bringing together authentic touches of nature and a discreet splash of colour to create a distinctive, understated look all of its own. On-trend shades mix with seductive lines, perfectly set off by beautifully thought-out detailing.
A new perspective on an old look.
Echoes of the old French farmhouse look with a distinctly urban edge adds to Cologne’s universal appeal. If you’re looking for a homely feel, it has it in spades; but at the same time, it delivers crisp, modern styling in a range of on-trend colours.
Elegantly simple. And simply elegant.
The classic Shaker style that’s stood the test of time: clean, sophisticated, uncluttered. It’s beautifully understated, with a simple unpretentious design that combines the familiarity of traditional style with a modern linear look.
Classical beauty. It simply never goes out of fashion. So it is with a Wynwood kitchen.
Its lines are so elegant, its style so refined, its tones so cultured. And yet, it offers an understated twist; a modern edge, that adds a certain sophistication…rather like salted caramel, it’s a delicious new take on a traditional favourite.
Gleaming and glossy. It’s all the rage right now.
And the crisp lines and characteristic slab-style of Fusion really brings it to life in any kitchen. It’s the sort of style statement you’d see in the latest interiors magazine, all dazzling colours and striking woodgrains, with feature end panels adding a smart new twist.
Sometimes you don’t need to shout to be heard.
Take our Zona kitchen for example. Stylish and sophisticated. Elegant and graceful. Practical and refined. Its subtle design details and discreet features, it says so much about you without trying too hard.
Simple. In design terms, it’s often the best.
Take Brera, for example. Strong, angular style mixed with long unbroken lines; smooth surfaces alongside bold accents. It’s a look inspired by modern minimalism, a model of uncluttered thinking and clarity of purpose. And the effect is nothing short of dramatic.
Timeless. Traditional. On-trend. Maya’s whatever you want it to be.
The framed shaker look. It adds just the right amount of simplistic design to create interest, yet allows a vast range of features to be added to turn it into a classic or contemporary masterpiece. How you style it is entirely up to you.
A refreshing twist? Take a closer look at Diani.
You may not see it straight away. But on closer inspection, you’ll notice Diani offers a shaker style with a difference. Its 18mm thick, smooth painted doors with an understated sheen have that familiar framed look, but the internal beading around the centre panel brings that little extra contrast to the design, adding just enough grace and interest to make the subtlest of statements.
Enduring elegance, taken further. That’s Colmar.
Just how far can the traditional simplicity of the shaker style go? You’d be surprised. Certainly, Colmar features the 5-piece, solid-framed flat-panelled door in solid, 20mm-thick oak or ash as you’d expect, the brushed painted finish giving a greater depth of grain to add to its ageless beauty.
Contemporary? Classic? Tavira truly combines the two.
The simplicity of shaker has never fallen from grace. But that’s not to say it can’t be given a refreshing contemporary twist. Here, the 5-piece oak or ash 20mm-thick door features a discreet internal moulding, adding a touch of character – while the brushed finish highlighting the depth of grain, with design options from glazing to over mantles, make Tavira a revitalised classic.
A Condesa kitchen. It’s just a touch different.
Contours as pleasing to the eye as they are to the touch. With Condesa, the design inspiration is definitely shaker – but with a centre panel that raises it above the ordinary. The 20mm thick, 5-piece solid frame in oak or ash echoes traditional proportions, while the brushed finish highlights the depth of grain to add even more style.