New German Colour Kitchens by Kutchenhaus
It may be Milan Fashion Week right now but it’s kitchen fashion week here at Kütchenhaus.
Our team of clever German kitchen designers embrace the fashion-world’s current on-trend love of colour with full force, by bringing out some new and daring choices as part of a new collection.
Norman Parker Managing Director said:“Kütchenhaus have been eagerly anticipating the launch of this new colour-block selection of kitchens and predict it will be a huge hit. By choosing a neutral or wood kitchen and adding co-ordinating colour accent units, the design options are endless and the final result stunning.
“In addition, we now also have coloured glass that can be placed into any number of units to create interest, perfect for adding style without blowing the budget.”
Many of the new colours look stunning when mixed with white or ivory and there is a range of both neutral colours like gold, silver and mauve and bold colours, like violet and coral in the collection.
Bespoke designs for every customer
Kütchenhaus have launched the new range due to customers’ demands to be able to incorporate colour into their kitchens, without having to compromise on one colour throughout, which can date quickly.
Customers now want a white, ivory, champagne or grey kitchen for example with a colour accent, to give an individual look, whilst still appearing fresh and modern.
All the styles belonging to the range can be playfully mixed and matched in anyway, to ensure colour-block perfection in every kitchen. The kitchens have just gone on sale, and are available in all the Kütchenhaus stores.
Highlights include Violet Speed, which is a trend that has emerged straight from the fashion catwalks and is a bright electric blue kitchen. With such a vivid hue, this violet kitchen can really create an impact in any home and it also works beautifully when mixed with a white door front in matt or high gloss.
In addition, the Speed comes in a beautiful plum, which is less daring than the violet yet still as impactful. Both options work well mixed with gloss or wood and can be finished off with any of the hundreds of splash-backs and worktops from the Kütchenhaus range.
Both these kitchens are extremely affordable with an average order value being around £8,500 for a typical L shape room with appliances.
Endless bespoke choices
Another kitchen new for 2012 is the Pia which comes in a range of colours including Argent, which is a beautiful soft grey, for those customers wanting something softer and more neutral.
Very recently Kütchenhaus also started selling complimentary furniture, which can be seen in all their lifestyle room sets in-store. Furniture can be made in any of the materials used in the Kütchenhaus kitchen portfolio and items include, media centres, work stations, bars and dining areas. Furniture is another great way of adding colour into the overall kitchen design.
The colour-block selection is available now in all the Kütchenhaus stores nationwide.