Majestic Mansion

Timeless elegance

The style of the Dutch masters

Realise timeless elegance in your kitchen with the Majestic Mansion.

In this modern-classic kitchen you will recognise the style of the Dutch masters, with the play between dark & light and the floral pattern in the wallpaper. The warm, dark veneer with a narrow frame and the glass doors in smoked glass create a 'majestic' atmosphere.

Majestic Mansion

For the lover of real classic

Special elements are the recessed open units in pecan brown. The glass units with smoked glass and LED strip lighting provide a chic finishing touch.

In this kitchen:

  • Recessed units in trend colour pecan brown
  • Tall crittal doors in dark smoked glass
  • Narrow framed front in matt black oak stain

The materials:

  • Front Lexington (narrow framed veneer) in matt black oak stain
  • Front Elba in precan brown
  • Handle 696 in old copper
  • Tall crittal doors in dark smoked glass with LED lighting
Majestic Mansion
Majestic Mansion

Why not try this?

You can also opt for a flat front. Finishing the kitchen in a wood-look melamine ensures a more favourable price tag. You can alos opt for light smoked glass or glass doors without rods.

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 is a two tone kitchen.

The dark part is model Lexington, a veneer front. This can be finished in matt, satin and textured lacquer, with a choice of 2,050 lacquer colours. For a more natural effect, choose one of our nine stain colours.

The open units are made of melamine in the colour pecan brown. You can choose any other melamine (uni) colour for this. Do you want more choice? Then choose a lacquered model, which can be supplied in 2,050 matt, textured, satin and high-gloss lacquer colours.

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.

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.

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