THE NEW LEICHT KITCHENS: MULTIFACETED DESIGN, INDEPENDENT PLANNING
LEICHT has once again attained the accolade of top selling premium brand in the category of “kitchen specialists in 2012, according to GFK. Further confirmation of the success of the company’s consistently excellent product strategy is demonstrated by the fact that 95% of end customers declared the brand to be innovative, sophisticated and of an extremely high quality.
The new Collection 2013 offers the kitchen planner an even wider spectrum and a greater freedom of design in order to establish a reputation for individual and innovative layouts, thus avoiding comparison with mainstream rivals. New concepts, programmes, colours and materials which will be presented in the autumn exhibitions are the prerequisites for ‘house4kitchen’ and the ‘In-House’ exhibition in Waldstetten.
NEW COLOURS FOR MODERN KITCHENS
With the addition of three fashionable colours, typical of the fifties, sixties and seventies, LEICHT has expanded the colour range of the new Collection with some interesting facets. “Curcuma”, a warm mustard yellow, “saffron”, a bold orange and “petrol” a fresh blue-green, are available in all matt and finely textured programmes.
In addition there is a new natural colour tone “mohair”, a warm grey that can be combined in either matt or glossy laminate, lacquer and glass with many colours and finishes.
NEW PROGRAMMES FOR INDIVIDUAL ROOM ARRANGEMENTS
A particularly vivid surface effect is featured in the new programme “Stratos”. The melamine resin covered laminate front is characterised in relief and features a seamless lasered-thick edge. There are two decors to choose from: “surf” showing a slight wave texture, “patch” a vertical-horizontal design with a textile-type character to the surface. New to the LEICHT range is “Xylo”, a wood veneered oak front. Available in four different stain colours. The brushed thick veneer has decorative knots and cracks, thus achieving the desired ‘aged’ wood effect. The vertically fashioned matching veneer bars with staggered joints also emphasise this feature.