Rotpunkt award-winning designer and manufacturer of quality German Kitchen furniture has launched a luxury grey stone-effect décor, Umbra Marble, which satisfies the latest demand for dark, asymmetrical kitchen design with hypernature materials and texture.
Also relevant to the growing trend for marble interior design, new Umbra Marble by Rotpunkt is a dark grey marble-effect laminate solution that promises high design flexibility and a deluxe visual impact. Extremely lightweight and durable, new Umbra Marble means you can make a real statement across your kitchen doors, drawers, cupboards, work surfaces, splashbacks and even walls!
The new Umbra Marble by Rotpunkt is an innovative surface treatment, which brings extra depth and texture to modern kitchen design, as well as create a Scandi-Noir aesthetic with industrial undertones: especially when fused with one-tone matt finishes and contemporary wood accents.
This pioneering kitchen concept features a variety of new and different colours, finishes and materials by Rotpunkt, further enhanced by its latest benchmark for modular kitchen design where contrasting eye-lines, furniture heights and free-form layouts are unique. The pictured Zerox kitchen in new Umbra Marble demonstrates this novel approach to kitchen interiors by offering an asymmetrical island unit with staggered heights to offer greater utility and a more interesting central point of focus.
Ample storage is provided through deep pan drawers shown in new Umbra Marble, also seen upon the matching cook station with integrated hob in new 910mm height, both of which feature identical Umbra Marble worktops. In opposing City Nature Oak, you will find the wet zone which includes a practical deep bowl sink with swivel tap and opposite, a low-level dining table for two with black metal leg support: great for dining, socialising and home office work.
This modular approach to island design offers a refreshing alternative to the traditional rectangle or peninsula unit, allowing you to create an ergonomic kitchen and living space, which is modern and multi-functional. Completing the entire look is the backdrop of tall units designed in Umbra, a new high-fashion matt grey colour that conveys gravitas and stability.
Matt Phillips, Head of UK Operations, Rotpunkt says “Modular design and space planning will bring new life to the modern kitchen, enabling a power of possibilities in terms of design, style, material, function and arrangement. Thanks to our huge range of new laminate solutions which mimic natural stone, wood and metal, the sky’s the limit for creating unique open-plan kitchen and living spaces that are no longer restricted by choice of material or floorplan.”
visit www.rotpunktuk.com for more information.