Villeroy & Boch Kitchens has now unveiled its signature furniture collection for 2020 – Carrè.
It features a ‘Mettlacher Platte’ embossed design and is shown in black velvet lacquer paired with a satin glass finish in Calais white.
The kitchen range also includes Tip-On technology for opening and closing of units, as well as an array of interior storage.
All Villeroy & Boch kitchens offer a unique palette of colours, finishes and design features ‘as standard’, including 8mm glass shelves with reinforced profiles and interior solutions.
In addition, they also boast water resistant “Eco-Pro” carcasses and laser edges, available in a choice of colours.
Carrè is available in 23 finishes and kitchen designers can also select from over 22,000 special RAL, Sikkens or NCS colours.
Villeroy & Boch Kitchens are made under licence and distributed by German furniture manufacturer Stormer.
Established in 1748, Villeroy & Boch began life by manufacturing ceramic tableware and added tile and sanitaryware production to its portfolio.
The company now also manufactures sinks taps and kitchen furniture, as well as living room furniture, flooring and lighting.
Villeroy & Boch has a turnover of 853million Euros, has 14 production sites worldwide and employs 7,500 people.
Selling products in 125 countries, the company has 7,600 bathroom showrooms, worldwide.
It was recently linked to an acquisition of bathroom manufacturer Ideal Standard, which includes the brands Ideal Standard, Armitage Shanks and Sottini.