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PWS injects new colour palette to Metris collection

* Contour_Curve_chalk-blue.jpgPWS has introduced an extensive line-up of new design options to its contemporary Metris collection. In response to the demand for personalisation in the kitchen Metris has launched a 15-strong colour palette in matt, high gloss and textured finishes.

The new paint-to-order colours are offered in a slab, handleless or textured embossed slab door and are available in the full suite of Metris signature curves. The palette includes an extensive mix of colours from lighter hues through to richer and warmer tones such as aubergine and lava.

Comments Richard Gates, Metris Brand Manager: "The new collection significantly widens the appeal of Metris and has been created in response to our product development process, coupled with our customers' feedback for greater choice. Whilst gloss continues to be extremely popular we recognise that matt finishes are becoming a significant trend, which we expect will develop further. The 15 colours have been carefully considered to complement each other as well as with the existing Metris options.

The original ex-stock ranges, including textured matt sand, textured wenge and the feature stainless steel and metallic frosted glass door ranges, are available alongside the new paint-to-order door options. This offers the designer immense versatility to mix materials and textures to create truly individual schemes.

The updated Metris collection is supported with a strong marketing package with a newly designed and interactive website, new consumer brochure, swatches of the latest colour sample plus dedicated CAD catalogues for all major planning software.

T: 01325 505555
E: mail@pws.co.uk
W: www.metriskitchens.co.uk

13th December 2013

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