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Kitchen Furniture

Published on June 23rd, 2021 | by The GC Team


Rotpunkt new Design Specials “for tomorrow’s kitchen”

Zero carbon manufacturer of German kitchen furniture Rotpunkt supports the growing trend for hybrid kitchen design with its latest collection of Design Specials – a series of core elements “designed to elevate both the form and function of a contemporary kitchen.”

Matt Phillips, Head of UK Operations at Rotpunkt, says: “Kitchen designers are pushing the boundaries of open-plan living as consumer demand becomes more home-centred and dividing walls vanish and blended spaces morph and flex to accommodate cooking, dining, socialising, studying and working in one space. This increased desire for bold and creative solutions has led us to develop an innovative range of Design Specials to ensure our kitchen furniture continues to offer creatively beautiful added-extras to further support our customers kitchen wish-lists.”

The suite of core elements available in the Design Specials range includes: New lighting solutions: streamlined industrial-style pendants available in 1200mm and 1500mm lengths to enhance linear block kitchens, smart-enabled for easy control via a digital assistant or smartphone; New ceiling frames: canopy storage suspended from the ceiling to offer design options around extractor fans, with room for trailing houseplants or cookware, if required, enhancing the height of the room and adding emphasis to the cook zone; New bi-colour styling: featuring a two-tone palette with contrast in two heights on an island unit. Available in two heights at 130mm and 260mm, with options for notched cabinets, creating a unique look in a rich timber-effect or a dark colour; New footings: featuring the latest gable-end options for a space-saving ‘floating’ effect which is more refined than the traditional plinth or kickboard. Coupled with wafer-thin surfaces and extra-height storage at a comfortable height offering up to 16% more storage capacity than a standard kitchen unit.

 Matt Phillips concludes: “In line with the belief that the kitchen is an organic part of the home which is integral to the fabric of family life in the 21st century, our drive to innovate is always balanced by practical considerations and the latest technology. We pride ourselves on creating high-quality hybrid furniture which is supportive, sustainable and trendsetting.”

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