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Burbidge takes the tactile approach with Isala

* Burbidge-Isala.jpgIn keeping with consumer demand, Burbidge is expanding its contemporary offer with the introduction of the new Isala tactile timber effect kitchen, offering the ultimate in urban minimalism.

Isala offers a complete contrast to gloss, with a unique horizontal timber effect introducing depth and a tactile feel. Available in either bold Dark Elm or soft Warm Grey Oak, the exquisite finish of the new textured frontals exude a striking simplicity as a whole kitchen, or can be combined with the Otto range of neutral gloss colourways for a truly individual design.

Accentuating this modernity, the range boasts sharp styling and a crisp, handle-less 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 available in an extensive range of standard sizes and retailers can take advantage of Burbidge's ability to manufacturer special size door and drawer fronts on request.

"Recent years have seen a marked increase in demand for contrasting textures as consumers crave a more 'mix and match' approach to add individuality," says Ben Burbidge, managing director.

"With this in mind, we have launched the Isala; a simple yet premium look kitchen which lends itself perfectly to creatively blending textures and materials to create focal points or a really distinctive overall kitchen design."

Burbidge is a long-established, leading UK kitchen frontals and accessories manufacturer. The company's products can be viewed in realistic room sets at its showroom in Coventry.

T: 024 7667 1600
W: www.burbidge.co.uk

4th April 2014

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