W. Atelier continues to build the momentum leading to the opening of its largest showroom by expanding its kitchen offering with a new German brand
31 May, 2017
W.Atelier will launch its largest showroom this year and it is poised to be the company’s one-stop solution for customers looking to furnish their properties. Anticipating the opening of the new venue, W. Atelier has introduced an exciting new brand line-up, the latest of which is the German kitchen brand next125.
Offering premium designer kitchens made by Schüller, next125 has adopted the Bauhaus philosophy in its offerings. Timeless and versatile, next125 kitchen systems sport a deliberately pared down aesthetic as a clear statement against fast-moving trends. Yet, the brand offers plenty of room to play around and express one’s personality and lifestyle, as befits the zeitgeist of our time.
The NX 500 satin lacquer front for example is available in 27 solid colours. The satin lacquered surface delights the senses with soft touch while the colours add accent to the space and complement the interior’s colour palette.
The NX 500 kitchen features an open shelf unit that serves as a room divider and neatly hides away the extractor hood, storage space and other desired functions for a clean and uncluttered look. Adding to the clean and linear aesthetic is the mixer tap that dispenses water from the wall like a waterfall and a handle-less carcase with a reliable Tip-On mechanism that opens with a firm press.
For those who desire a natural look, the NX 950 kitchen is offered in two ceramic front colours and five wood finishes. The kitchen features a spacious arrangement with a freestanding cooking table and open-shelf units that effectively blur the boundaries of kitchen and living areas.
Next125 also offers a range of complementary products such as bar tops and modular cubes with optional features to keep your kitchen tidy like magnetic knife blocks, suspended shelves and multiple socket outlets.
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