Country meets industrial
A true country style kitchen, but with an industrial touch. The sturdy lamps over the table and the grey plastered walls, together with a brick floor, form a perfect combination of rustic and industrial country living.
Sturdy & robust
Wood veneer with groove in the middle
The veneer in this kitchen has a groove in the middle and is finished in a sturdy textured lacquer.
In this kitchen:
- Grooved fronts in wood veneer
- 3 Composite worktop 80 mm thick
- 3 Luxurious copper water tap with matching accessories
Why not try this?
Choosing a lacquered MDF door instead of lacquered veneer is more affordable. The same goes for choosing a laminate worktop over a stone one. Is black not really your colour? Then choose one of the other 2,050 NCS lacquer colours.
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.
This front has a groove in the middle, you can also choose a groove every 20, 15, 10 or 5 cm. Prefer a different colour? You can choose from nine stain colors or 2,050 paint colors in matt, satin gloss or textured lacquer.
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 or brush for cleaning. Swipe in the direction of the wood grain to remove dirt particles from the pores. Wipe the cleaned doors immediately afterwards with a soft cloth for a streak-free result and to prevent water from penetrating the seams which could lead to swelling.
Lacquer is more sensitive than melamine, be careful in order to avoid scratches and dents. 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.