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21st July 2017
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Schueller, presented by Inhouse
Transform Communications' Ronnie Hannon and Sophie Langley invited us to sit down in one of the display kitchens and treated us to a much-needed cold drink before showing us around this and the rest of the kitchens on show... so - comfortable AND functional then!
A new launch - and seen for the first time in the UK - is the fantastic next125 kitchen NX902 in stone grey glass.
Sophie (pictured left) told us that the beautiful tempered glass doors are available in a satin opaque glass finish or high gloss in lava black, Polaris white, magnolia and stone grey. The doors are finished with a metal edge. The range is available with flush handles and in a handleless version in next line.
The innovative wall hung kitchen system is combined with an island unit made from a sliver thin natural grey ash workbench with a 13mm ceramic top. The base units seem to float over the floor and cleverly conceal all electrical cables. The NX902 features the next Primus push pull system and LED Swing lighting where light can be directed at the task or to create ambience.
"Next line and next125 have built their own brands and achieved recognition in the international market," they said. "Next125 and next line are designed with the principles of design in harmony with nature and price.
"The design is perfect in every detail. The environment is looked after with authentic materials and sustainable manufacturing."
Anyone choosing a kitchen at the show would have been spoilt for choice with the ranges on show here, as you can see from the images. We particularly liked the C Collection in Lima (pictured) but there was plenty more ready to wow the visitors!
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16th March 2012