The modern classic look of a Credo kitchen is distinguished by clear, sleek shapes and a classic colour palette. Credo’s conceptual design is characterised by an unusual amount of storage space, an integrated island for cooking prep and dining add valuable space to this kitchen.
In keeping features such as glass fronted doors and extractor hood canopies feature prominently throughout the Cascada range for a consistent traditional styled kitchen theme. The door fronts used in the Cascada range are lacquered laminate which includes a layer of film adding protection and therefore durability to the door itself.
The Nordic range is new for this year and boasts a neutral Scandinavian style, unlike Nobilia’s other shaker style doors. This range is available in the single colour option of Honed White and makes use of several optional features like exposed shelving which allows a decorative kitchen finish.
An absolute treasure for admirers of shaker style kitchens is the chalet range by Nobilia. Clear shapes, soft lines and natural décors are characteristics of the chalet range. Several alluring details such as wickerwork pull-out baskets, framed glass doors with inlays and vintage style handles give this kitchen an authentic and more traditional appearance.
Real wood fronts radiate superior quality and a natural material aesthetic. Which is why they are ideally suited for staging a modern cottage look with class. Clear shapes, natural colours and an abundance of alluring details such as wickerwork pull-out baskets, framed glass doors with inlays or bottle racks give the York range an authentic appearance.