Improved organization: SieMatic’s new sliding drawer system

Luxury German kitchen brand SieMatic introduced a new kitchen drawer organization system to its portfolio. The system comes with a Flock2Block system with liners that ensure all inserts and porcelain elements remain firmly in place without slipping, an extra deep king-size compartment and a USB port that serves as a docking station for smartphones and tablets. The sliding drawer system also features an L-shaped pull-out frame with a new mechanism and subsurface runners that are arranged invisibly under the drawer bottoms. The frame, which is available in aluminum or steel, dovetails with the thin look of the end panels and countertops. The drawers and pullouts have material combinations comprising anodized aluminum, oak or chestnut, soft flocking, and porcelain.

SieMatic was established in 1929. The company’s products are manufactured in Germany under eco-friendly conditions. 

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