Colours and material affect us. Often unconsciously and yet at every sight. We play with this impact skilfully and know exactly where we need to add or leave something out to achieve special effects. This results in unique kitchens – made for anyone looking for the exceptional.
Anthracite is probably the most luxurious of the grey shades, and has long been a trend colour for everyday and luxury articles. This trend colour has now also entered the kitchen. Anthracite looks extravagant and high quality, and stands for design purism with that certain something.
Smoke grey is timeless and can be combined excellently with countless colours and materials. It is a fascinating design background to stage the kitchen, in front of which other colours and materials such as wood and metal can shine.
The Japanese green tea “matcha” is known for its stimulating effect. Finished with a portion of milk, you get an in-drink and pick-me-up “matcha latte”. For our new coloured varnish front, we have mixed the same “ingredients” and achieved the same effect: a refreshing grey-green tone which looks excellent in the kitchen.
Identifying with colour and giving expression to one‘s own personality.
And leaving a very individual impression in the process.
Muted yellow is not only the colour of the year in fashion – it is also a real bright spot in the interiors sector. The radiantly beautiful tone “golden yellow” lends the room a light and positive atmosphere, and works like magic against gloomy moods.