Immerse yourself in the ambiance of Ocean Breeze, where classic and modern design merge. The contrast between the deep black oak (melamine) and ocean (silk gloss lacquer) - together with the glass cabinets and the beautiful worktop - in ceramic - provide a real 'wow' effect in this kitchen.
The spotlights and LED strip lighting in this kitchen can be controlled via an intelligent platform for LED lighting that combines sustainability, design and ease of use.
In deze keuken ziet u twee nieuwe kleuren én het nieuwe verlichtingsprogramma.
In this kitchen:
- New melamine deep black oak - model Bronx
- New paint color ocean - in new HQ paint, model Crystal
- New platform for LED lighting.
New platform for lighting
The module can be connected to various home automation systems for controlling lighting, sound and automation. Think of well-known platforms such as Apple HomeKit, Amazon Alexa, Google Home and Philips Hue.
- silk gloss lacquer | ocean
- model Bronx | melamine | deep black oak
- handle trim | carbon
- glass units | smoked glass
You can save by choosing melamine instead of lacquer and a melamine worktop.
The kitchen layouts that you will find on this website and in our kitchen brochure serve as inspiration and can be adapted in terms of layout, model, colour, handle (trim)/handleless and many other options. More information about the possibilities? Visit one of our Keller dealers. They are happy to make a design in this style that suits your home and budget.
You are free to choose any melamine or lacquer color. This way our dealers can make a kitchen design truly personal.
The glass can be cleaned with mild detergents and normal glass cleaners. Do not use chemicals or strong corrosive agents. Dry with a soft cloth or chamois for a streak-free result.
Remove stains as quickly as possible. There are substances that can no longer be completely removed when not cleaned immediately. Use a mild household or kitchen cleaner and a soft cloth. After cleaning, always dry the kitchen elements with a soft cloth to prevent water from penetrating the seams which could lead to swelling.