A bright new display at our Colne showroom

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We have a stunning new design at our Colne showroom!

The display aims to show that a white kitchen creates the impression of width and space.

Using features such as a door with an ultra satin matt white finish, for a fresh look, and by adding walnut panelling to the white kitchen. to add warmth, it creates a modern, yet homely feel.

A bar area promotes togetherness and seamlessly flows into the practical cooking and preparation area.

The base-unit pull-outs exceed everyday storage needs while also creating a homely look. Whether as a storage solution or design element, it perfectly complements a modern living space.

Another highlight of the kitchen are the innovative white climber units. Automatic, and virtually soundless, the elegant glass climber slats open and close with sensor technology.

Made from natural Quartz, the shiny white Silestone worktops are highly stain and scratch resistant, and low liquid absorption.

The new display shows different ways of how Silestone can be used. 12mm thickness Silestone has been used on the food and preparation area leading to 100mm thickness at the seating/bar area.

For a streamlined look, a Blanco silgranit undermount sink was used, a stone-like natural material that is scratch, stain and heat resistant up to 280°c.

The Quooker Nordic Square Twin taps are on the cutting-edge of kitchen design, the larger of the two taps being a hot and cold mixer tap and the smaller being an instant boiling water tap. The Quooker is the only 100°c instant boiling water tap on the market.

Neff appliances are used throughout to keep a modern and streamlined look. The set-up of ovens, which includes two ovens, a compact oven and a coffee machine, provide a large cooking area. Each oven offers a 67 litre capacity and the compact oven can be used as a small oven, microwave and grill.

A contemporary kitchen such as this is often best complemented by using ‘cool white’ LED lighting.

Although the initial cost of LED lighting is higher, they last over 13 times longer than halogen, which saves money on replacement lamps. LEDs don’t comsume much power so you’ll see a reduction on your electricity bills.

Simon, designer at Colne, said: “With exceptional room concepts, straightforward lines and aesthetic convenience, form always follows function.”

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