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Nolte Kitchens Alpha Lack – Handleless and Happy

No, there’s  nothing missing: kitchens without handles are en vogue and have been for a few years now. The Alpha Lack kitchen by Nolte kitchens is all about clean lines.

Clear, tidy, stong in design. This sums up the Alpha Lak range perfectly. The light, high gloss lacquered fronts create a perfectly smooth surface. It is further enhanced by the integrated handle which forgoes the need for handles – after all, nothing should interrupt the elegant effect this range produces.

 

The special touch: instead of handles or handle bars fitted into or recessed into the front, ‘Alpha Lack’ has integrated recesses at the top of the fronts that are used to open drawers and pull-outs. Unlike other doors which look similar, Nolte kitchens has thought about where two handleless trims would meet and have ensured that no ‘double handle row’ effect is seen. This is something that is exclusive to Nolte kitchens.

Nolte have around 105 different door finishes to choose from. Within the Alpha Lack range there is a choice of four colours. White, Magnolia, Sahara and Red. All high finished in a full lacquer and at Nolte’s price group 5 which is the same as their wrapped door range – Spot, this represents excellent value for money. Should you wish to know more about the Nolte range, please take a look on our website’s kitchen galleries for inspiration atwww.candckitchens.co.uk/kitchens.

Nolte has been producing high quality kitchens for over fifty years and now manufactures around seven hundred and fifty kitchens a day which are delivered to one of the fifty countries they export to. When looking for your next kitchen, please take a look and we are sure you will be impressed with the quality of their furniture. Within their range is a large collection of gloss frontals in laminate, laser-cut lacquer, full lacquer and veneer. The Nolte range also features a metal handleless look which can incorporated into virtually any range and is called Matrixline 150.  Examples of recently…

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