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Mereway Kitchens inspirational new spring 2011 Launch - an introduction
Mereway Kitchens has done it again! Soft shapes and textural finishes are what it's all about this year, and this Spring sees the introduction of some irresistibly stylish products into its Italian inspired Cucina Colore collection.
Whilst white is the colour that never goes out of fashion, the current trend sees combinations of vibrant, interesting woodgrains and softer organic hues. With this in mind, Mereway Kitchens has launched new finish - Coco Bolo; a flat slab MFC door with a striking, linear woodgrain available in a light textured matt finish or sleek high gloss finish.
For a darker, more sumptuous feel take a look at new Mali Wenge; a rich, dark woodgrain finish available in matt textured and high gloss options. With both finishes starting in Price Group 1, showrooms can really create the look of a designer kitchen but at a really affordable price.
For those looking for solid colour options Mereway Kitchens has introduced new doors in Olive and Pebble; two soft earthy hues with a tranquil feel. Featuring the latest matt foil technology these new doors simulate a painted finish that's almost velvety to the touch.
Cucina Colore distinguishes itself with a palette of 25 door colours and finishes that stand out from the crowd in silk, soft matt, textured, gloss and gloss woodgrains. Combine these with a choice of 22 cabinet colours, for endless design possibilities.
But it's not just colour that creates a design statement. As curves continue to dominate modern kitchen design, Mereway has remained bang on trend with internal and external curves for their Lastra slab style available in all six gloss painted colours; natural tones White, Cream, Pergamon and Cappuccino as well as classic bolds in Burgundy and Black. Or select smooth external curves select the popular handleless Futura style with grip profiles in a choice of colours for even greater design possibilities.
The range unites Italian sophistication with quality British manufacturing. Packed with minimalist style, the Cucina Colore range not only looks great in the kitchen but design ideas can run right through into living areas creating seamless flow of furniture.
11th March 2011