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Contino range from Leicht is new for 2013

* Leicht.jpgLeicht UK has introduced a new, highly affordable design into its wide array of contemporary kitchens, with the unveiling of the Contino range. This latest handless kitchen from the German kitchen expert, is now on display in the UK.

The Contino concept takes minimalism to a further level with colour coordinated grip-rails located just underneath the worksurface. This gives a seamless appearance to the units and a very structured horizontal look. The concept is available across most Leicht individual designs and in all RAL colours and all Leicht laminates, lacquers and veneers.

Contino was on display at the recent KBB London Show in a new Mohair colour. With the grip-rail in Contino located directly below the worktop, the worksurface appears to be almost suspended and allows the door to be uninterrupted with handles or knobs.

Created by laser technology and coupled with the new Xtend shutter system, Contino is showing itself to be at the forefront of kitchen design.
In the next three years, Leicht plans to invest 15 million euros in new production facilities in Germany so will take its current designs and develop them further, as well as create new designs to make its kitchens even more desirable.

"We have one of the widest pricing structures in the market - our dealers can retail kitchens right from £12,000 up to £100,000, so it means we are versatile and have something for everyone," says Graham Hopper, Leicht UK Sales Director. "The new Contino concept offers a different type of door opening and adds yet another element to our wide range."

T: 07802 402921
W: www.leicht.com

2nd August 2013

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