Rotpunkt introduces new Utility Furniture collection

KitchensProducts Thu 16th Jun 2022 by KBBFocus

Rotpunkt introduces new Utility Furniture collection

Rotpunkt introduces new Utility Furniture collection

Rotpunkt has extended its portfolio further with the launch of its new Utility Furniture range, which has been specially created for compact and complete laundry rooms. 

Designed using the company's Zerox furniture and available in all 26 colour options, Rotpunkt says the products enable it to meet the needs of today’s multi-purpose ground-floor spaces with a new range of utility furniture complete with custom laundry cabinets, ergonomic housing for appliances, tall units, integrated waste systems and accessories such as integrated laundry baskets, adjustable shelves and angled storage options. 

The new Utility Furniture range offers three tall unit designs in five available heights at 565-625mm depth, fully equipped with a range of interior elements and storage components. Options include: 

* Tall unit W450mm with laundry basket including 4, 5 or 6 adjustable shelves, a fixed shelf & one deep drawer with hanging laundry basket
* Tall unit W600mm with shoe rack including none, 1 or 2 adjustable shelves, a fixed shelf and five angled baskets 
* Tall unit W600mm with 2 or 3 fixed shelves, which creates space for up to three laundry baskets [not included]
* Available heights: H1820mm, H1950mm, H2080mm, H2210mm and H2340mm

There is also a Built-under Drawer unit measuring H260 x W600 x D625mm, which is designed with 1 drawer and 1 extendable shelf and a 260mm high fascia. 

Matt Phillips, head of UK operations at Rotpunkt, said: “Sophisticated designed-in storage solutions allow for minimal disruption to the ground floor, and the need for practical storage that is separate from the main kitchen is now welcoming dedicated furniture specifically for the utility room and laundry space. Presenting a new approach to household management, our new Utility Furniture is modular by design, which is helping to inspire new levels of creativity when considering the relocation of laundry appliances to previously redundant spaces like a hallway, box room and even first floor landing.”

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