Now who doesn’t enjoy IKEA? I know I do and following recent information that a new store has now been authorized for Exeter I couldn’t be much more excited. But I was actually interested to hear about the new kitchen that the Scandinavian retail giant has launched this month. The METOD kitchen from IKEA replaces the current FAKTUM kitchen that has proved so common over the past twenty many years and IKEA believes that this revolutionary new program will alter the way that we design and style, plan and install our kitchens. These are daring claims certainly and the purpose behind the selection to introduce this new kitchen method is the evolution of customer wants which sees us increasingly wanting to personalise our kitchens and at the same time store a lot more in less area.
The METOD kitchen notion will offer you far more layout, type and storage choices. The kitchen modules will now be sized in multiples of 20cm, and will hang off of an revolutionary wall rail, enabling them to be fitted into the smallest or tallest of spaces.
There are twenty 5 door fronts to provide a wider range of seems and finishes so you do not need to fret about possessing the precise identical IKEA kitchen as every person else. On leading of that there are 9 colour alternatives, which includes white, cream, grey, oak, dark brown, black/brown, red, birch and black along with an extra 4 accent colours: stainless steel, red, blue and turquoise.
Basically, the METOD kitchen provides all the advantages of a bespoke designer kitchen, without the designer price tag tag. Excellent for people of us on a restricted price range proper?
With the new kitchen program METOD, we’ve broken the ‘normal’ conventions of creating kitchens and rather we’ve developed a technique that gives customers unlimited choice. Truly bespoke kitchens have only previously been accessible by means of designer kitchen retailers, at designer costs. METOD will open up the opportunity for households in the United kingdom to generate a entirely personalised kitchen that utilizes every cm of room available.
Gemma Arranz, Communication and Interior Design Manager, IKEA Uk