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11th February 2020
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Consumers to get creative as Burbidge injects new colour into isala
In keeping with consumer demand, Burbidge is adding infinite colour possibilities to its Isala range - enabling consumers to put their own personal stamp on the popular handleless kitchen design.
Burbidge's award-winning Isala range remains one of the bestselling kitchens launched by the company in recent years.
Introduced in 2014, Isala features a modern horizontal timber effect introducing depth and a tactile feel which offers a striking simplicity as a whole kitchen, or can be combined with the gloss colour ways for a truly individual design.
Due to popular demand, Isala, originally available in bold Dark Elm or soft Warm Grey Oak, has now been extended to include Burbidge's full 25-way colour palette as well as the option for bespoke colours.
Like all Burbidge designs, Isala shows that the devil is in the detail. Epitomising contemporary cool, the range boasts sharp styling and a crisp, handleless design. Practicality is also accounted for, with the Isala constructed from highly durable laminate that cleverly captures the beauty of a wood finish while ensuring an extremely practical finish for the busy family household.
Isala is also available in an extensive range of standard sizes and retailers can take advantage of Burbidge's ability to manufacture special size door and drawer fronts on request.
"The success of our Isala tactile timber-effect range proves that the marked trend for contrasting textures shows no sign of abating anytime soon," notes Ben Burbidge, managing director of Burbidge. "This is the result of more and more consumers taking a 'mix and match' approach to add individuality.
"With this in mind, we have extended the Isala range to include our full colour palette and the option for bespoke colours, meaning consumers have more creative scope not only in terms of texture but colour.
"The result is, in effect, is a blank canvas from which they can draw on and inject their own personality in order to realise their dream kitchen design."
Burbidge's Isala kitchen won the silver award for 'best value kitchen' at the 2014 House Beautiful Awards.
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