Keller Kitchens’ Sutton door features a stunning coarse grain timber veneer, shown here in a modern Structured Lacquer in the NCS colour Black and a slick vertical groove in each centre.
The warmth of timber guarantees its continued reign in the kitchen for eternity; and the material is now a serious contender in the contemporary style world too. Keller Kitchens leads the way with its modern, inviting Black Cottage design which includes the Sutton door. Boasting a tactile textured finish, formed from coarse timber veneer, the Sutton range is almost a slab door, except for one distinctive detail: a single vertical groove that bisects each frontal. Creating a striking feature that looks particularly impressive on a long run of units, this groovy attribute certainly sets Black Cottage and Sutton itself apart from the crowds.
For extra design flexibility, Sutton’s coarse timber veneer door comes in four stains – Nature, Grey, Honey Oak or Dark Grey. Pictured is Structured Lacquer in the NCS colour Black, which provides an industrial look with broody depth. This luxurious rough veneer door can also be supplied in the nine colours of Keller Kitchens’ on-trend Master Collection, plus 1,950 shades from the NCS colour palette – all in silk gloss, matt or structured lacquer finishes.
Take the look down an even more minimalist route by choosing Sutton’s handleless version, GL5400, which has the same vertical groove, without handles! Available in the same colour and finish combinations as Black Cottage, the GL5400 has the extra option of colour-matched “handle” trims to make your kitchen really personal. These handle trims – essentially the recessed finger-grip shadowline at the top of each door or drawer – come in nine Master Colours, as well as four colours from Keller’s ultra matt range, or 1,950 NCS colours. In short, the options are endless, allowing your imagination unprecedented freedom.
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