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Kitchen Furniture

Published on February 19th, 2021 | by The GC Team


New for 2021: Rotpunkt’s “graphic lines” across new “Daylight Grey” colour

Manufacturer of quality German kitchen furniture Rotpunkt says it “reinvents the neutral kitchen” with “highly-graphic horizontal and vertical lines” across its new Daylight Grey HPL (high pressure laminate) colour option available on the brand’s Zerox furniture range.

Matt Phillips, Head of UK Operations at Rotpunkt, says: “Interestingly, combining a series of horizontal and vertical lines will mean you can visually expand the height and/or width of your kitchen space – ideal if working with an awkward layout or you want to emphasise the architecture of your room like the windows and doors.”

“Structural shapes and clean lines of the 1980s are set to be huge in interiors this year so look out for geometric, block-style furniture that creates impact. That, along with linear profiles will play an important role in 2021, and this will influence the kitchen with special design elements like solid black edging, highly defined furniture and custom wall-panelling enhancing both function and overall design appeal.”

 This kitchen concept from Rotpunkt offers a series of ergonomic innovations including:

 NEW Daylight Grey: a new light grey door colour within Rotpunkt’s extreme matt, high pressure laminate finish HPL. It is, says the company, “a great alternative to pure white” that “brings a soft, neutral element when used in combination with contemporary matt black and rich wood finishes.

 NEW Wall-panel Accessories: the latest additions to Rotpunkt’s wall solutions include new glassware holders, industrial hooks, slimline storage caddy and kitchen roll dispenser all in black. The wall-panelling system has been designed to line up with the run of high and low units (pictured).

NEW Black accessories: black fixtures and fittings “are now a standard feature of a Rotpunkt kitchen.” New style options include light fittings, screws and shelf supports with complementary accessories in Carbon, a contemporary dark grey finish.

Matt Phillips concludes:“Being strategic when it comes to storage options will make a kitchen living space much more flexible, creative and easy to maintain: especially if designing on a perimeter wall. We know that self-expression is at the core of today’s kitchen and we see our range of new products as your agent of change.”

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