German kitchens with colour and a kitchen design to match

Who says that only fashion should be fun? We’ll definitely not us here at Kütchenhaus German Kitchens as we have just embraced the Nations love of colour with full force, by bringing out some brand new and daring colour choices as part of our new 2012 kitchen collection.

All the styles belonging to the range can be playfully mixed and matched, to ensure colour-block perfection in every kitchen. The kitchens are about to go on sale, and will be available in all the Kütchenhaus stores.

Colours include, Speed in bright violet priced at a very reasonable £6197 for a typical L shape. Then there is Pia which now comes in a gorgeous stone Lava or silver, both use colour but in a subtle way and are very affordable priced at £6294 for a typical L shape.

For something warmer there is Pia in Damson priced at £6249 and Primo in the rich Bordeaux high gloss priced at £6618 again, for a typical L shape.

Last but not least is the ultra modern and show-stopping Highlight in white gloss and Mikado, which features a patterned black glass panel through every door front and is sure to create an impact in any home.

Gone are the days when choosing a fitted kitchen means that every unit has to be in the same colour. Today, thanks to clever technology, units can be mixed and matched in both style and colour ensuring the end-result is just as you wanted.

Many of our customers choose white or cream as the main kitchen colour for example, and have just a few units in another colour to add an accent, which is then continued with the kitchen accessories.

The amount of Kütchenhaus customers requesting kitchens with a striking colour difference has increased dramatically over the last year, however many still don’t want to go the whole way in choosing one block colour. Kütchenhaus hope these new colour favourites will meet the desire of the customer who long for something a bit different, yet still stylish and modern.

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