American Walnut makes a bold statement. With the emphasis firmly on city chic. The dramatic walnut colouring gives the design depth and a selection of curved doors will add a distinctive feel to the scheme. Uncluttered and uncomplicated, the appeal of American Walnut lies in its minimal styling, which will compliment the most contemporary of interiors.
Illustrating the beauty that natural materials can bring to furniture design, Angel Oak oozes charm. Whether within the context of contemporary styling or a more traditional setting the timeless appeal of oak shines through. Each piece of Angel Oak timber has been carefully selected to show the full variation in grain pattern characteristic of the natural products. We may live amongst the pace and energy of the city or in the quieter suburbs, but we need never be far from the harnmony of nature with Angel.
''Smooth' is the key word for any modern kitchen design, and Avan Cappuccino is as streamlined as you can get. Inviting and inspiring with an impressive high gloss finish, the rich coffee tone oozes sophistication, reflecting chic contemporary design. and for a touch of individuality sweeping curved doors will add shape and style to your interior.
If you want your kitchen to look clean, but you're worried about it looking clinical, take a slightly softer approach and opt for Advant Ivory. It's a shade thats perfectly suited to this uncluttered, modern gloss design, and its neutral enough to allow you to make any colour choices that you like for the rest of the room. Ivory is the ideal choice for individuality.
If you're the kind of person who appreciates simplicity you'll find Avilon refreshingly free of fanciness and frills. This simple, one-panel design is anything but bland. There's character here of the understated sort and a whisper of good taste. It forms a perfect neutral backdrop for you to make your mark. Choose Avilon and strike a blow for individuality.
This is your chance to indulge yourself. The rich gloss finish of Metropolitan really brings out the tones of the maple beneath. Match it with dark colours to make a bold, dramatic statement or stay with lighter cooler shades for something more welcoming.
Scope Beech brings a little sharp edged angularity into your kitchen. Theres something very appealing about the no nonsense geometry of the door and drawer fronts. Juxtapose this with the gentle curve of the radius corner ends and you have the ingredients for a very satisfying combination.
It takes a great deal of imagination to take a material as tough as stainless steel out of the industrial and commerical world and put it into a domestic context, but our designers have managed it. You get all the pristine and practical beauty of the metal with sleek lines and a sheen that take it out of the cantine and into your own kitchen.
If you wanted the look of wood for richness and strength, you'd choose Walnut, but if you wanted even more depth, you'd add a darker patina as we have and you'd have Tavari Walnut. This is a simply styled kitchen and would suit those of understated taste. It has an honesty and elegence that will always be desirable.