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Maine and Harvard are in the frame
Traditionally only associated with high-end bespoke kitchens, in-frame doors are now available off-the-peg thanks to two revamped ranges from uber furniture; Maine and Harvard.
Classic in-frame kitchens are more expensive because of their high-tech construction, involving butt hinges, special drawer runners and the expense of making and attaching the frame itself. With Harvard and Maine however, retailers can offer the in-frame look without any of the associated costs or installation issues. The outer frame is connected to the door via a special 'French-cut' construction, resulting in the door and frame opening in tandem. This also means the internal cabinets are much easier for customers to keep clean.
Both collections boast a classic Shaker style design with both the door and the outer frame being wrapped in matching foil.
Each range is available with a wide choice of handles in anodised aluminium, stainless steel or chrome. Pictured here is the Harvard kitchen with Ceo handle in brushed nickel effect.
To complete the uber look, there is an exciting range of integrated appliances which combines the latest in contemporary styling with high-tech features.
Manufactured to uber furniture's exacting standards, and available on incredibly short lead times, the collections offer exceptional quality and craftsmanship, resulting in kitchens that are functional as well as beautiful.
For more information, please contact MGA Distributors on:
T: 01384 638700
F: 01384 635094
15th October 2010