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The elite kitchen furniture maker Mobalco has chosen luxury interiors specialist IntervariÂ®, as the exclusive UK distributor of its award-winning designs and products.
Mobalco started manufacture in Spain and is now world-famous for its high-technology kitchen ideas in a modern style.
IntervariÂ® will offer the entire Mobalco product range, officially launching the new collection in September, at its flagship showroom on London’s famous Wigmore Street:
Alternative Plansâ€™ introduction of Stratoâ€™s new generation Strato 2011 Collection, expresses their supreme appreciation of the â€˜one blockâ€™ kitchen design, flowing effortlessly between one material and another; combining Bolivar Wood with Strato-stone, steel and mirror glass: The working area is defined vertically by a glass wall and horizontally by a steel lighting raft illuminated with LEDs. The working island is balanced between sculpture and architecture, visualized as a monolith, utterly pure and sophisticated. Designed by Marco Gorini and built in his factory in the Lombardy region of Italy, only 300 Strato kitchens are produced each year. Each one is designed and built to order as a complete one off, combining advanced manufacturing techniques and long-established cabinet making skills, which are the Gorini familyâ€™s heritage.
Strato describe themselves as â€œfor those who run away from the ordinaryâ€.
For Alternative Plans – who have never been ordinary – it brings the prospect of offering haute-couture concept works, to clients seeking the ultimate kitchen.
KÃ¼tchenhaus, the leading German kitchen makers have launched their first eco-wood kitchen collection named ‘Elegance’.
Available in a choice of Walnut or Oak, the Elegance collection is already a great success with customers, since it is made of 100% sustainable forestry.
KÃ¼tchenhaus, were the first kitchen company in the world to be accredited by the PEFC (Programmes for the Endorsement of Forestry Certification Schemes) several years ago.
The popularity of clean lines achieved with sleek wide white slab doors, as featured on Betta Livingâ€™s new Dallas range (shown here), is showing no sign of slowing, as this key kitchen trend finds new ways to stay ahead in the fashion stakes.
Simple yet striking styling touches and use of colour, can turn a plain white kitchen into a design statement and make it extremely en-vogue for 2011:
Wide Drawer Base Units
Apart from being practical, the wide drawer base units deliver a designer look, enhanced by sleek curved stainless steel handles.
Buying a kitchen is a big investment and for many people it can be a daunting prospect. Some people like to take on the entire project themselves, while others require help through the whole process.
That’s why IKEA is making the process of buying a kitchen easy for all customers, by offering a choice of services, depending on the amount of help needed!
From in-home planning, installation to delivery, IKEA offers all the services you may require, to help you achieve that kitchen you’ve always dreamed of.
Parlour Farm is expanding with a new showroom and the release of their new brochure.
Parlour Farm is a leading bespoke kitchen company, based in the heart of The Cotswolds in Cirencester.
Their brand new brochure is bursting with beautiful images of contemporary and traditional kitchens, designed to please and fit to a whole range of different styles and prices.
John Lewis of Hungerford have done it! Their painted kitchen cabinetry is now officially the hardest wearing in the kitchen world, and the Gloss and Satin Eggshell finishes have been awarded the highest rating available, by SATRA Technology Centre, certifying the kitchens for â€˜severe usageâ€™.
All painted cabinetry is now resistant to wet and dry heat and marking by liquids, oils and solvents. As specialists in painted kitchens, this is one of the highest possible accolades
â€œWe have worked extremely hard over the years to perfect our formula and thrilled that weâ€™ve been able to achieve itâ€ says Jon Rosby, MD of John Lewis of Hungerford.â€
The iconic name in kitchens, Smallbone of Devizes is a leading ambassador for British craftsmanship.
Last year, working with Nina Campbell, it launched its first â€˜Smallbone Designer Collaborationâ€™, creating a new showcase for Britainâ€™s craft and design skills.
This initiative sees an ongoing series of collaborations between Smallbone and leading British designers.
In-frame has never been so diverse. With a beautiful palette of painted pastel colours, natural oak and a primed ready to paint option, Mereway Kitchens allows designers to display their creative flair, with this spectacular timber product: Drawing from the success of the Lincoln Shaker range, the new In-frame collection follows suit, with painted ash doors in elegant colours. Spring White, Fennel Green, Pebble Blue, Chalk White and Willow Green, and the ready to paint option, offers customers the versatility to paint their kitchens in any hue to achieve the look they want. The In-frame shaker door itself comprises a frame with beaded profile and 78mm stiles and rails for a more delicate look. The clever selection of cabinets and finishes available means In-Frame can be toned towards traditional or contemporary, country or minimalist. Selected painted shades can complement or contrast each other, with the use of blocks of colour to draw focus to various ‘zones’ around the kitchen. Zoning is the perfect way to plan out a kitchen space, as it groups together core elements (cooking, washing, cooling etc) and can bring symmetry with a sense of balance to the kitchen.
“Choosing painted finishes on feature units from the English Revival Shaker collection, is the ideal way to separate your kitchen design out from the rest,” comments Ginette Crowther, Marketing Manager for Mereway Kitchens.
“Painted finishes work perfectly for peninsula and feature end units, as you can create a truly individual, focal piece in any kitchen space, and combined with smooth curves on base and wall units, you can achieve an ergonomic look that can be traditional or contemporary.”
Chamber Furniture – combine the best of traditional cabinet making skills with the latest in technology and have achieved this and more in this Figured oak kitchen.
The doors of this kitchen – are on concealed hinges with touch latches, which enable the centre doors to fully retract effortlessly to reveal a cooking station, which is left fully open when in use and hidden away when not.
This is one of Chambers favoured signature and highly practical design features.
Scott Nicholson, MD of Chamber and designer of this beautifully minimalist kitchen, has accentuated the horizontal and vertical lines of the furniture and the beauty of the furniture, with extra deep worktops in Arabescato Verde Quartz.