Modern styling: SieMatic’s Classic collection

The collection includes a Chinese wedding cabinet, first introduced with the BeauxArts style collection.

SieMatic launched the Classic kitchen collection, which plays with classic and minimalist modern style elements, symmetry and asymmetry, and matte and glossy surfaces of different materials, from lacquered wood and stone to metals.

The collection includes a Chinese wedding cabinet, first introduced with the BeauxArts style collection, and now evolved with more modern styling including matte black oak and polished nickel accents. It is available with a dishwasher or refrigerator/freezer unit.

The collection uses AntiPrint coating, which prevents fingerprints on the company’s SieMatic “Superior Quality” SQ lacquer or new silky matte SieMatic SimiLaque surfaces. Other additions include platinum grey oak, truffle oak and smoked oak veneer finishes for cabinets and new storage elements for the company’s Aluminum Interior Accessories System for drawers and pullouts.

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