Innovative kitchen manufacturer SieMatic has unveiled the transformed S3 kitchen with its new interchangeable colour system, which offers a flexible and affordable way to add a touch of colour to the kitchen.
The kitchen no longer needs to have a fixed colour theme; the new S3 concept breaks the rules and lets the user personalise the kitchen with accents of colour, which can be changed if desired. The grip slot channel, which runs horizontally through the base cabinets and vertically through the tall cabinets, now comes in a choice of seven shades; Aqua Blue, Olive Green, Maize Yellow, Poppy Red, Lotus White Matt, Stainless Steel (colour) and Graphite Grey. The user can confidently add colour to the kitchen, knowing that it can be changed at a later date by simply replacing the grip slot channel with a different shade, offering an easy and affordable way to experiment with colour.
It's not limited to just the grip slots; the set of colours can be chosen for the doors and handles too. SieMatic's new base and open wall display areas can also be picked in the new colours with either a glossy or lacquered finish.
The original S3 kitchen pushed the boundaries by offering a high quality designer kitchen at an affordable price. This new feature brings the kitchen right up to date, and continues the S3's legacy for competitive and innovative design. In addition, the S3 kitchen range has been extended so that it now offers more than 200 tall, base and wall cabinets in the most popular widths and heights. This increases the S3's affordability as designers can use standard components to create unique living spaces.
Managing Director of SieMatic UK, Bernard Otulakowski comments: "There's a misconception that once a kitchen has been designed and installed that's where it has to finish. We've always believed that a kitchen should evolve with the user and adapt to their changing needs. Our popular flexible MultiMatic storage system is testament to that. There's now a real desire to be able to play with colour in the kitchen, but it's understandable that homeowners might be concerned about changing trends or the possibility of needing to sell their home in the future. This new concept takes away those issues and provides an affordable and stylish solution for consumers wishing to experiment with colour".