Keller Master Collection

Keller offers new colour and finish collections for 2021

Keller is well known for offering the widest range of colours and finishes in the kitchen furniture market – as well as developing different cabinet sizes and colours and tells us it is the first carbon-negative kitchen manufacturer. 2021 is no different as new colours and collections are launched. The full range can be viewed here – https://www.kellerkitchens.com/inspiration/program-overview/colour-collections

The new Keller MASTER collection consists of nine calm and stylish colours ranging all the way from Ice to Carbon. Available in melamine, synthetic high-gloss and matt, satin, textured and high-gloss lacquer, with plinths and carcasses colour-matched, the designer really does have a portfolio to hand for every taste and budget.

The Keller COMFORT collection boasts the most extensive range of colours in the kitchen furniture market. There is a choice of over 1950 NCS colours. New ones include Cocoa, Champagne, Oak, Silver Oak and Espresso Oak which have been developed as the trend for warm colours in the kitchen grows. Alongside, the love of matt finishes continues apace so six ultra matt colours have been introduced to give the designer even more choice – and the opportunity to be ahead of the colour game!

The Keller TREND collection is a beautiful, contemporary colour portfolio which encourages the design boundaries to be pushed. This fast-changing collection follows the latest international trends and is composed by the top designers. There are various colours in different materials available; Marble, Rust Metal Black and Metallic remain the most popular in this pioneering range.

For further information, please visit www.kellerkitchens.com.

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