Leading German kitchen manufacturer, SieMatic, has expanded its portfolio of finishes to include more veneer options to assist with the designing of open plan living and kitchen spaces.
In open plan homes, designers need to find decorative elements which can create a flow between the different areas. Kitchen cabinets with a beautiful veneer finish can echo the appearance of living room furniture, and so can be used to create a seamless transition between the kitchen and living spaces. SieMatic has now increased its range of veneers to give designers more options for integrating living and kitchen areas.
The new portfolio includes many more specialist styles such as two veneer crowns on a 60cm wide door or three veneer crowns on a 60cm wide front panel. The veneers are available in 13 finishes including a stone beech finish, four walnut finishes; natural walnut, walnut, honey walnut, ebony walnut, and six oak finishes; natural oak, titan oak, slated oak, graphite oak, titan oak unplaned, tobacco oak unplaned, and finally two pine finishes; ecru pine and truffle brown pine. Pictured here, this kitchen and living composition features a tall and wide 60cm door with two wood grains per door in a natural walnut colour and contrasting graphite grey S2 kitchen cabinets. This offering provides designers and architects with the specialist veneers that they need to create perfect and uncompromising schemes.
SieMatic showrooms can advise on the best possible use of SieMatic's portfolio of finishes to create individual, functional and beautiful living spaces. The veneer finishes can be purchased with a SieMatic kitchen.