British kitchen manufacturer Mereway has extended its market leading Town & Country collection with a new painted woodgrain kitchen, Bridgwater. This latest door builds on the popularity of the painted shaker door but has a modern twist with a simple joint free frame. The textured woodgrain finish also updates the look, tapping into the trend for a natural theming.
The look is still unmistakably British, offering a wealth of range content that provides the flexibility to create a classic country kitchen in a more relaxed style, that it is at home in both a modern and traditional setting.
Contemporary design features such as the open shelving built into the island, the spice and magazine rack end panel and the floating breakfast bar are designed for modern day living. The introduction of Grey Bardolino UrbanTop for the breakfast bar adds a fresh twist and contrasts well with the natural stone worktop used elsewhere.
This kitchen also includes a new larder corner unit, with cantilever carousels, offering an added innovative storage solution.
Seen here in Dark Sage and Prosecco, this kitchen is available in the full range of 25 painted finishes.
“This is set to be one of our most popular ranges,” says sales and marketing director Graham Jones. “It taps into the trend for modern relaxed living and a look that has a natural theme at the heart of the design. With the expanded and extensive range content this is opens up many different design possibilities, giving our retailers a substantial competitive edge.”