Keller‘s City Chic kitchen has been designed to give homes an urban, elegant look and can be designed flexibility to accommodate any size of family.
The handleless GL2000 model offers a sleek and seamless appearance, creating a harmonious blend between cabinetry, appliances and worktops.
The wood patterned doors have been designed to give the kitchen a warm feel and contrast with chic black accessories such as sinks, taps and black shelving.
A white marble worktop, has been used here, to bring the whole look together.
In addition homeowners can mix and match the cabinet units from a variety of colours across Keller Kitchens’d Comfort and Master Collections.
The City Chic kitchen joins the company’s selection of designs including the Chelsea collection that features Tip-on technology, enabling the narrow profiled framework to be handleless.
Founded in 1935 by Gerard Keller, a sales agent for parquet flooring, the company started life as a wooden flooring manufacturer.
In 1946, the company was asked to create kitchens for a construction company who was building homes following the post-war effort.
Keller Kitchens launched into the luxury end of the market in the 1950s and started exporting in 1980 to the UK and the Middle East.
It now has a 56,00sqm factory and makes 2,500 kitchen each week.