Portland Zement Saphirgrau
Tips & Tricks

Design trends: Concrete & stone as kitchen materials

STYLE

Kitchen fronts made of cement and stone are the height of fashion these days. Be it genuine cement or authentic replicas – if you want to be a kitchen trend-setter, you can’t avoid cement and stone in your kitchen design. These materials harmonise beautifully with other colours and materials. For instance, they provide a perfect contrast when mixed with wood or lacquer. Cement or stone surfaces can be used throughout the entire kitchen design or as an eye-catching feature for the worktop or top units – make your design fit your preferences!

Truly unique

Nolte Küchen’s front PORTLAND offers a unique feel. Its genuine cement surface is truly one-of-a-kind. After all, each front is hand-made, so there is no other exactly like it. The unique finish, for instance through use of different wiping directions during processing, gives this kitchen surface a distinct structure with a lively look.

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Natural-looking replicas

With the STONE product line, Nolte Küchen has introduced a high-quality alternative to concrete and stone. The surface looks remarkably like the genuine material and feels authentic too.

Natural-looking replicas

Concrete: Stone-like yet flexible

Concrete and cement fronts are perfect for a handleless kitchen. MatrixArt, the handleless Nolte kitchen, has yet another advantage: Lighting fixtures can be installed in the vertical and horizontal finger-pulls: The colour temperature and brightness can simply be adjusted by remote control - in a continuous gradient, of course. Anything is possible, from a cosy, homey ambiance to clear light in the morning.

Concrete: Stone-like yet flexible

An impression of lightness

Stone and particularly concrete are often associated with heaviness and weight. Adding a worktop that is only 12 mm thick adds a unique impression of lightness. The illuminated MatrixArt finger pull makes it look like the worktop is floating. A base cabinet of 90 cm and a 5 cm pedestal lift the worktop to a convenient working height.

An impression of lightness