German kitchen furniture manufacturer Stormer presented Innsbruck as part of a host of launches at its recent Hausmesse event.
Innsbruck is shown as an open plan living and kitchen space, with an L-shaped peninsula and feature seating niche in a Soft Rouge shade.
It is complemented by a storage wall from the Bergamo range, which is shown in an Arctic White.
Innsbruck is offered in HPL in a choice of seven colours, while Bergamo is a matt velvet lacquer and comes in 10 finishes.
Alike all of Stormer’s new kitchen collections, Innsbruck reflects the consumer trend for personalisation and desire to create a dual living space.
Stormer offers a choice of standard cabinetry and tailor-made units, with open and closed storage, integral lighting and a range of coloured handleless rails.
It also provides water-resistant “Eco-Pure” carcases with laser edging as standard and in a choice of colours.
In addition, designers will also be able to access the latest Grass interior storage finishes to complete the kitchen furniture.
Stormer has also signed a licensing agreement to produce Villeroy & Boch branded kitchen furniture.
Established since 1958, Stormer has 45,000sqm manufacturing facilities which makes over 1,000 furniture parts on a daily basis.
The company employs more than 180 people and its furniture is sold worldwide through a network of 500 independent kitchen showrooms.