Harmony with an exotic quality by Blanco
Nutmeg – the new CombiColours shade for Silgranit sinks
Blanco’s acknowledged expertise and great sensitivity to the wishes of customers in international markets have enabled the company to capture a leading position and successfully develop it over the years. In more than 25 years of expertise in the research, development and production of composite materials, Blanco has also focused on having its own colour scheme for its sinks. The range of carefully selected CombiColours is matched to long-term furnishing trends, and gives specialist kitchen and furniture retailers a valuable tool for individual kitchen planning. Nutmeg is a brand new Silgranit colour.
The warm shade of brown is reminiscent of the aromatic spice with an exotic quality, and is an excellent match for current worktops, décors and kitchen furniture. It gives a contrasting look, for example, when combined with cool grey, soft beige or muted white. It makes a particularly harmonious combination with elegant woods such as oak, or wenge. The new Silgranit colour also integrates perfectly into stone worktops such as travertine, marble or granite. Nutmeg demonstrates its impressive versatility in a variety of different furnishing styles, from traditional to modern.
Nutmeg is the tenth shade to complement the CombiColours, and occupies a position between the far lighter tartufo, and dark coffee. The CombiColours range, comprising five earth colours and five neutral shades from white to anthracite, now provides even more options for discerning kitchen planning. Nutmeg allows the sink to be subtly matched to the kitchen environment, especially in homes that are bang on trend with earthy shades.
The high-quality sink material is not just a guarantee of attractive colours in the kitchen, it has even more to offer: Silgranit PuraDur is notable for its pleasant, stone-like feel, its durable, high resilience and its outstanding ease of care. The comprehensive Blanco range also provides numerous mixer taps in all the Silgranit colours including, of course, in the new nutmeg shade.
Further information: www.blanco-germany.com