Remo Remo is a gloss lacquered handle-free kitchen. A dramatic barrel-curved island and drawers will give your design real impact. Adding a zebrano breakfast bar introduces a warm contrast to the slim quartz worktop. If you like clean lines, choose Remo's straight-lined units.
Avant Ivory With a choice of eight colours and several styling options, including glazed, curved wall units and curved doors, Avant lets you create a kitchen that's personal to you. If you prefer neutral tones, there is ivory, alabaster, beige, cappuccino and white. For a bolder finish, choose ebony, black or terra. A U-shaped layout is very space-efficient and provides plenty of preparation and storage space, while retro-inspired curves improve your kitchen's flow and ergonomics. Clever, pull-out storage makes the most of every inch and keeps key items right where you need them. Mixing quartz and timber worktops helps to differentiate between cooking and sociable areas.
Avant Alabaster Under-cabinet illumination provides excellent task lighting for the workstation. There is no need for all your worktops to be the same - consider mixing different thicknesses and colours to create a style-conscious finish.
Avant Black & Avant Cappuccino Lighting both storage and worktop areas adds impact to this statement kitchen. While curved, glazed wall units soften the look. Avant Cappuccinoâ€™s deliciously soft colour works well with a wide range of worktops. It also blends perfectly with other Avant colour options, allowing you to mix and match doors.
Avant Terra & Avant White This family-friendly layout shown in Avant Terra combines a generous preparation area with a sociable island where you can sit and chat. Avant Whiteâ€™s double galley kitchen offers plenty of options for preparation, dining and storage space. Experiment with heights and depths of worktops to give the room interest. Curved drawers will also help prevent your kitchen feeling like a corridor. A moulded Corian worktop with integrated sink and dining space gives a sleek designer look.
Fenton Alabaster A mix of natural materials make for a practical but very attractive workstation. Using co-ordinating granite as a mid-height splashback looks sleek and is really easy to keep clean
Seton Oak Seton's Shaker design looks equally at home in modern and period properties. The mellow oak finish is shown here. The range is also available in luxurious walnut and alabaster, particularly effective at adding a sense of light to the space. Choosing a mix of materials and shapes for your worktops adds extra style to your kitchen. It also boosts its practicality by extending the useable space and incorporating built-in chopping surfaces.
Izari Izariâ€™s rich, subtle-textured wenge gives a premium feel. This is a kitchen for true lovers of design. It's not all about aesthetics though. The curved units not only create a dramatic focal point, they're very ergonomic to work around. The island is full of functional features, including a built-in knife block, butcherâ€™s block and bin on the preparation space, as well as plenty of storage and a lower-level seating area. A mid-level unit next to the hob gives you the option of built-in, higher-level appliances or larder storage. While the unusual, curved wall units are another example of Izari's design-conscious detailing.
Fresco Beige & Fresco White Fresco's matt finish creates a kitchen that’s easy to live with. Whether you choose understated beige or crisp white, this is a kitchen that won’t become a victim of fashion. Turn storage into a feature by opting for mid-height units, which are great for incorporating appliances, and the wall units’ up and over doors give easy access to the contents. Set your hob in an island to make cooking the centrepiece of your Fresco White kitchen.
Avilon Avilon's simplicity makes it very adaptable. It works well with both timber and stone worktops and allows you to take the look from town to country, simply by swapping details such as handles and accessories.
Centris Natural oak veneer gives Centris a very pure look. Slim worktops complement the horizontal grain and wide drawers. A large island unites aesthetics with practicality, enabling you to mix display shelving with deep storage and serve straight from the hob to the table.
Valais Valaisâ€™ gloss Shaker design bridges the gap between classic and contemporary settings. Black worktops create a strong contrast with the reflective white doors, and a walnut breakfast bar adds a luxurious point of difference. Partially glazed wall units light up the contents and a full-height larder adds plenty of extra storage around the fridge, so you can keep all your ingredients in one area.
Published on Oct 29, 2011