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28th January 2021
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Schüller launches 2013 schüller.C collection
Flexibility was the keyword to the Schüller display at this year's Cologne Living Kitchen show. With a range of options that already appear never ending, the schüller.C collection just keeps adding design detail and planning options. The show offered a great opportunity for retailers to see some of those thought processes in action.
With Crystal white lacquered finish from linear flush to full 360 degree cabinetry, the new Alea range is a fine example of the flexibility available in the Schüller range. Commissioned worktops, shown in Alpine White Systemo Quartz and rolled sheet steel illustrate the collection's ability to adapt and transform to personal preference.
2013 sees a real move towards kitchen spaces that accurately represent our multi functional living spaces. Kitchens are no longer separate areas, and at the show Schüller brought open plan display areas into designs, uniting kitchen and living spaces in a novel way.
It is not just the uniting of interior space that led displays - equal consideration was given to the unity of contemporary and classic, with fronts and finishes working together to create a new design look.
Bevel edge frame fronts and traditional features such as plate racks in the Cambia range (pictured, above), work perfectly with contemporary flush fronts and commissioned stone worktops in creating a modern county kitchen
Featuring a host of contemporary colours, cabinet sizes, decor panels and open displays, the new Monza range (pictured left) offers a multitude of options to create personalised design. Natural spruce wall panels feature a wall hung storage system that provides easy reach storage and maximise display areas. A new smooth action controllable glass shutters combine practicality with luxury.
Simple graphic shapes in the new Rocca range are the perfect backdrop to the inherent beauty of natural knotty Oak. Combined with contemporary glass fronts in Crystal white high gloss, extra depth shelving, integrated lighting and cubist design, Rocca showcases the flexibility for individual design within the schüller.C collection.
The European grid system easily creates kitchen designs with strong linear appeal. A uniform 4mm joint pattern works with matt glass fronts and contrasting open displays in different colours of red for a strong design statement.
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22nd February 2013