German kitchen furniture manufacturer Schmidt has introduced the Arcos Supermat range to meet the current trend for matt finish cabinets.
Arcos Supermat furniture has an ultra-matt effect door and is available in a choice of five shades.
Designers can choose from claret red Sirra (pictured), Sencha (green), Everest (white), Caneo (dark grey) and Black.
The range incorporates a variety of storage, from tall floor-to-ceiling cupboards and larder units, through to an internal drawer beneath the hob, as well as deep pan drawers.
Drawers are available in four depths and widths to the nearest millimetre at no extra cost for the first three units (on selected ranges) as well as heights from 520mm to 910mm.
It follows on from the launch of its curved kitchen furniture range Giro, which is available in a choice of 26 finishes.
To show how Schmidt can personalise its kitchens to meet challenging environments, it unveiled the Vertical Home campaign at the beginning of the year.
Founded in 1959 by Huburt Schmidt, the company now has five production sites in Germany and France and employs 1,600 people.
It makes over 130,000 units a year and 600 kitchens on a daily basis.
Schmidt has 450 showrooms operating across 25 countries, including the UK.