Uform is celebrating spring and summer with the launch of a new product trio under its Kitchen Stori consumer brand.
Featuring matt, gloss and oak finishes, these latest ranges are designed to capitalise on current market trends and provide products that represent the best that the kitchen industry has to offer, says Uform.
The Zola range is the latest slab gloss offering from Uform in four ex-stock colours; white, ivory, light grey and cashmere. In addition to Zola gloss, Uform has extended its Strada handless range through the introduction of a matt finish, also available in four ex-stock colours; porcelain, stone, light grey and mussel.
Accessories include a plain frame, a curved door, a 100mm boxed pilaster and quadrant mouldings all helping to achieve a modern, high-end designer look. In addition, Strada and Zola accessories can be shared across each range, providing even more design possibilities.
In addition to expanding its contemporary ranges, Uform have completed its Essentials collection with the introduction of the Wakefield beaded shaker in an oak finish. The new Wakefield oak can be mixed with any Wakefield painted finish to expand design options and create a combination of mixed finishes.
Uform’s chairman Eamon Donnelly said: “We are delighted to bring this trio of ranges to the market and are confident that this latest launch will offer retailers a diverse choice of style and finishes. We have strengthened our contemporary offerings in response to consumer demand and we’re confident of the exceptional flawless quality and value for money both Zola gloss and Strada matt have to offer.
“Furthermore, our market leading Essentials collection is now complete with the addition of Wakefield oak. Convenience is also crucial for our retailers so we’re equally pleased to be able to offer all of these new finishes ex-stock.”
Zola gloss and Wakefield Oak samples are available to order now with stock available from 2nd May 2016. Samples for Strada matte are also available to order now with stock available from 6th June 2016.
Further investment plans are underway at Uform to expand its warehousing and spray facilities which will see the company expand the colour palettes of existing ranges, introduce more new ranges and reduce painted to order lead times.