Industrial kitchens are often designed in dark tones; yet the new Urban Nude kitchen from Keller introduces light shades such as sea salt, pictured here, from the trendy greige palette. It also highlights the beauty and versatility of glass units. Various new wood decors in ash tones have been introduced and designers can select from unicolour or wood décor melamine; for a more luxurious look, a lacquer colour and/or a stained veneer can be specified.
Pictured here – the wine cooler is built into the back composite wall and is framed by sturdy fluted glass cabinets with LED lighting strips. The nude “sea salt” and coffee oak fronts are accompanied by tall fluted glass units with matt black alu frame and knob. Also featured in this kitchen is the new base unit platform which combines 520mm and 260mm drawer lines offering new possibilities.
Keller is well known for offering the widest range of colours (2,050 NCS) and finishes in the kitchen furniture market – along with a vast range of cabinet options, all produced by the most sustainable means possible. In addition, the company is proud to be a Carbon Neutral kitchen manufacturer since 2017 and is now on the way to becoming Carbon Negative.
For further information, please visit www.kellerkitchens.com.