Offering customers, the perfect combination of style, colour and texture has just got easier with Uform’s latest ‘Think Finishes’ product launch campaign.
Incorporating an extensive range of new handles, paint colours and ex-stock colour additions to many of the popular Uform door ranges, this latest launch has been carefully created make it easier for designers to create aspirational living spaces focussed on the kitchen and other areas in the home.
94 New Handles!
Following extensive research and development, 94 new handles take Uform’s overall collection to an impressive choice of 210. The broad range will include a vast array of new colours, finishes and textures, meticulously selected to suit current consumer trends, in both modern and classic styles. From knurled and fluted T-Bar handles in luxurious brass to trim handles in nickel or matte black, this latest introduction will provide kitchen manufacturers and retailers with every conceivable style and texture to suit all tastes and budgets.
To cater to the increasing appeal of true handleless designs, Uform has also expanded its handleless rail selection with the inclusion of two new ex-stock finishes. In addition to the current aluminium and Paint to Order options, the Gola rail will now be available ex-stock in a trendy brass finish and dark Graphite, providing even more design potential for those seeking an ultra-contemporary space.
New Ex-Stock Finishes
In line with the growing trend in rich, bold greens and deeper Graphite tones, Uform has introduced 7 ex-stock colour additions over 4 of its existing timber painted and foil ranges.
The renowned Aldana 5-piece narrow ash shaker is now available ex-stock in Heritage Green and Graphite, taking the offering to 8 ex-stock options. As demand for the unique Harborne range continues to rise, Uform is now offering this handleless shaker door in 3 new ex-stock colours – Light Grey, Heritage Green and Graphite in addition to ex-stock Sanded Ash.
Winslow, formerly known as the Wakefield Inframe Effect range, has been so successful that Uform has chosen to give the range it’s own distinctive name and launch it in ex-stock Sanded Ash. Aldana, Harborne and Winslow timber ranges are also available as Paint to Order options and can be colour matched for something completely different.
Kensington, a premium ash effect foil shaker, also now boasts the new Heritage Green in its ex-stock range with 8 other ex-stock colour options to choose from.
New Paint-to-Order Colours
Uform’s wide-ranging Paint to Order palette has also been refreshed with the addition of 2 stunning new colours. Taupe Grey, a subtle warm neutral with grey undertones offers a contemporary twist to a classic colour and Willow, a rich earthy green, suitable for both traditional and modern designs. This now takes the standard Paint to Order palette to 30 colours.
New Componentry for Increased Flexibility
In response to customer feedback, Uform is introducing a range of new componentry, including a new modern cornice in the Kensington range and 3000mm tall feature end posts available across 12 timber and smooth ranges for even more design choice.
New 825 and 895 door sizes without cross rails will also be available in Uform’s new smooth painted narrow shaker range, Clifden.
Commenting on the latest additions, Uform’s Group Sales & Marketing Director, Wes McKenna said, “We’re excited to announce our latest product launch. Our #ThinkFinishes campaign is focussed on our ability to provide a diverse choice of quality finishes right across our product portfolio. Product development is something we pride ourselves on and we listen carefully to our customers to help us shape the future of kitchen design. Our new handle collection will provide retailers, manufacturers and designers with a premium selection and a real point of difference when selling through kitchen designs and complementary furniture for other areas within the home. Our new imagery illustrates the versatility in the doors and accessories we supply and ultimately, this makes it easier for our customers to sell onto end users.”