High-gloss finishes: SieMatic’s PURE style collection

The collection combines materials that complement matte black fittings and fixtures, as well as matte finishes and components for cabinets.

SieMatic has launched its Pure style collection, combining materials that complement matte black fittings and fixtures, as well as matte finishes and components for cabinets.

Pure minimalism is available with or without handles, and central to the aesthetic is a narrow 6.5-millimeter frame and glass slat doors, which create a modern vibe and can be specified in material combinations complementary to the black matte trend. For example, black metal doors with a matching edge alongside vertical slat doors in black metal offer a twist on the glass door trend. Glass slat doors also come in gold bronze and nickel for a metallic contrast to an all-black look.

Designers may want to look to a black metallic brushed option for the SE 3003 R door. New to the Pure style collection, this brushed matte finish creates a textured black look. The same 6.5-millimeter edge in shiny black aluminum has a reflective gloss, while side panels in black matte oak can be specified to provide wood grain texture.

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As an alternative, designers can contrast Pure’s white glossy cabinets with dark matte black cabinets on opposing walls. A characteristic thin frame ties the looks together.

SieMatic also has dark gray options that can achieve a similar, more subtle and less stark vibe.

 

 

 

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