For many years, consumers have focused solely on the appearance of the outside when buying a modern kitchen, but for some years now, there has been an increasing focus on the “inner values”. This is because the “face” of the kitchen can also be seen behind the cabinet doors: Here, drawers with their fronts characterise the appearance and the functionality.
Organise with style and sophistication
The Facia interior drawer front, which can be matched to the drawer frames of all relevant manufacturers, represents purist design and a high-quality feel. This and other advantages are the reason why Facia customers market their kitchens significantly more successfully than those who work with standard internal drawer-fronts. Now the elegant Ninka internal drawer fronts receive another attractive eye-catcher: The new glass inserts make a great first impression.
The Facia ID pull-out drawer front is the epitome of customisation, both for the drawers themselves and for the entire kitchen. A free choice of inlays have now been expanded to include the option of exclusive printing So new kitchen owners can choose to add some veneer or metal inlays on their internal drawer-fronts, or to proudly show their brand identity.
The Cuisio insert system brings the desired organisation into the drawer and is positioned in the market close to exclusive wooden or metal inlays inserts. So it hits the spot with unbeatable value for money. The combination of the three translucent colours black, white and graphite with matching aluminium profiles ensures a real “wow” effect. And just in time for the “innovation days”, Ninka presents the new insert for storing spice jars of different sizes.
From waste bin to “all-rounder”
The development of clever waste recycling systems was an important step for the once unorganised or unused empty space under the sink. However, every consumer has different requirements or needs – why fill space with a fourth recycling container when only three types of waste need to be separated? Ninka is now taking the next step and transforming classic containers into multi-functional elements. The product series is called “one2top”.
The sweeping set, consisting of a dustpan and brush, is supplemented by a cleaning materials set with a drying frame and bottle holder. The new utensil inlay is there for everything that should stand neatly and without moving around in the drawer. There is a matching “flexBox” and, with its self-explanatory name, the “sideBox” for the free space adjacent to the waste bins. Smart that there is also finally a shoe polish box that holds all the important and small parts together which often mark other objects with their colour. And last but not least, there is the flexible bag for collecting glass or paper – typically Ninka, of course, made of 100 percent recyclable plastic.
The way up: Trigon is added to Qanto
As with the new products mentioned above, some impulses for innovations “for corners” also come directly from user groups. For example, the additions to the Qanto corner or base cabinet solution: The valuable pull-out tray to easily and ergonomically move heavy kitchen appliances from the unit to the worktop or the adapter to integrate the worktop decor are just as much a part of this as the use of the upper tray with high-quality storage elements, such as a tray, knife block, cutting board or various bowls, which have now been presented for the first time.
Just as the Qanto, created for the vertical use of hidden storage spaces, continues to surprise the market, experts and consumers, further intense development has produced a new corner cabinet solution Trigon which will also continue to cause a sensation after the “innovation days”. Ninka has re-invented the corner! In addition to the premium, organic aesthetic of the pull-out trays and the maximum utilisation of space, the aim of this innovation is to design a universal fitting that works in all designs, with step-less and tool-less height-adjustment and last but not least, finally to enhance the kitchen architecture around the “double corner”.
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