On Sunday 10 February at 4 a.m. a genuine Boeing 747 was successfully parked in the backyard of the Corendon Village Hotel near Amsterdam. We’d like to congratulate Corendon Hotels & Resorts on this amazing achievement. In April last year, Keller fitted 300 hotel rooms with design kitchens to make sure the interior doesn’t go without an eyecatcher of its own.
The Toren van Oud, The Hague’s first skyscraper, is undergoing an intensive renovation. Rotterdam-based Van der Vorm Vastgoed is making the tower bigger, higher and more modern. Eventually the tower will offer 38 short stay apartments, fitted with designer furniture, heated floors and an elegant bathroom. A luxurious, handleless Keller kitchen is the cherry on the tower’s top.
During the Dutch Technology Week in the Netherlands, the Eindhoven University of Technology opened an innovative and sustainable housing project called LINQ. LINQ was developed and built by a team of students that call themselves team VIRTUe. The group of 40 tech students will use LINQ to represent the Netherlands during the International Building Competition SolarDecathlon held in Dubai this November. The team which best combines design, smart energy production, innovation, market potential and energy and water efficiency is the winner.Read More
“When your world is changing fast, you need to be one step ahead”. With this slogan Kitchen, Bedrooms and Bathrooms (KBB) announced their exhibition for 4 – 7 march 2018. Based on our positive experience at KBB in 2016, Keller Kitchens together with our partners Wave and Dekker, will exhibit on an even larger stand at the 2018 exhibition.Read More
Punch up cabinetry with indigo blues and firehouse reds, or dial it down with soothing greys and on-trend millennial pink – Keller’s impressive paint library can deliver any shade your heart desires. By utilising the globally-recognised Natural Colour System (NCS), Keller’s kitchens are available in a standard palette of no less than 1,950 hues.Read More
The tactile treat of textured kitchens isn’t just for rustic country settings. Keller Kitchens’ new GL7300 breaks all the rules by combining irregular textural finishes with ultra contemporary design, and the results are game-changing.
Keller Kitchens; beautiful, individual, attainable and… sustainable! After all, we want to enjoy Mother Nature for years to come and keep it beautiful for future generations. That why at Keller Kitchens, CSR isn’t just in our DNA, we have also adopted it as one of our strategic elements. With our CSR policy, we aim to achieve the right balance between People, Planet and Profit.
The inviting warmth of timber guarantees its continued reign over kitchens, but it is now stepping away from the totally traditional scene to become a serious contemporary contender. Keller Kitchens leads the way with its modern yet inviting Sutton range. Sporting a tactile textured finish, formed from coarse timber veneer, the Sutton range is almost a slab door, except for one distinctive detail: a single vertical groove that bisects each frontal. Creating a striking feature that looks particularly impressive on a long run of units, this groovy attribute certainly sets Sutton apart from the crowds.
Founded in Holland by Gerard Keller and his brother Henk in 1935, Keller began by making parquet floors before manufacturing its first kitchen in 1946. With a reputation for quality and innovation, Keller Kitchens started exporting to the UK in 1983 and now has over 60 kitchen specialists overseas.
Our love for the classic simplicity of Shaker styling will never die, yet this season it’s time to expand your horizons and explore the dynamic richness of Keller Kitchens’ new Cascada collection. Defined by a flexible choice of colours and finishes, the new Cascada range is set to give Shaker a modern twist that’s both cosy and contemporary.