Symphony Kitchens Alby blue

Symphony Kitchens introduces new colour & texture

While indigo has been a popular kitchen colour for a few years, 2024 sees blues becoming more balanced and moderated, creating a sense of energised calm within the home. With this in mind, Symphony is launching a brand new colourway for two of its kitchen ranges in January 2024 – Alby Blue. This soft, serene and subtle shade works well with copper accents as well as matt black appliances and crisp white marble or natural wood worksurfaces. This exciting new Modern Super Matt Finish is available on two Symphony kitchens – Linear Icon and Turin – with new ribbed glazed doors as an added design feature.

The Linear Icon kitchen is ideal for contemporary interiors with its sleek and seamless handleless design while the Super Matt Finish is anti-fingerprint, making it perfect for families and busy lifestyles. Alby Blue is set to be a trend-leading tone for 2024 and the Linear Icon kitchen in this shade is also a sustainable choice, as doors are made from 90% recycled board and are made using 70% rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate).

Pictured left – Symphony Linear Icon Kitchen in Alby Blue

Symphony’s Linear Icon and Turin kitchens also include the option of ribbed glazed doors as a new feature for wall cabinets. Adding texture in both look and feel, ribbed glazing is set to be a huge trend for 2024, making the combination of this vertical reeded pattern and the new Alby Blue colourway the perfect combination for contemporary-style homes. It looks great as a feature unit or two within a kitchen design, breaking up the block of blue colour while partially concealing the contents inside.

This new Alby Blue colourway is also available for Symphony’s Turin kitchen (pictured right) from January 2024. It’s also anti-fingerprint and comes in a Modern Super Matt Finish for a subtle and sophisticated look, ideal for smaller kitchens as well as large open-plan living. This bold and contemporary design is also a sustainable choice, made from 90% recycled board with 70% rPET.

In addition, Symphony’s new recycled handles which are made from old fishing nets, ropes and trawls from the maritime industry mean less waste and a reduction in the CO2 emissions from the creation of new plastic. Added features include open shelving and the new ribbed glazed units, perfect for partially highlighting the contents inside with interior LEDs.

“Softer and paler blues are set to be big news for 2024’s kitchens,” says Simon Collyns, group marketing and retail sales director at Symphony.

“Our new Alby Blue colourway makes a modern statement without overpowering the room while the new ribbed glazed cabinets add an extra personal touch, perfect for an industrial look.”

Symphony can help with visualising a dream kitchen with its online Kitchen Designer tool. This free interactive design application allows users to see what their Symphony kitchen could look like, from the comfort of their own home. Select from a range of contemporary and classic designs and customise cabinetry with a choice of colours, handles and worksurfaces. Once complete, users can email themselves and their kitchen designer with their choices and begin the exciting journey of planning their ultimate Symphony kitchen.

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