Daval has announced the launch of Linton, a brand-new furniture collection made of solid ash with contemporary narrow-framed Shaker-style cabinetry.
Simon Bodsworth, MD at Daval Furniture said: “Our new Linton range is driven by the recent trends-shift following periods of lockdown where homeowners spent more time online and could really home in on their specific likes and dislikes. Our research shows that this freedom to explore and discover what else is ‘out there’ has led to UK interior design trends being influenced by other countries such as the simplicity of Scandi interior style design and more recently, Japandi trend where homeowners are adopting a 'less is more' strategy. Launched 100% in response to consumer demand, Linton is not just another Shaker-style cabinet – it is a new furniture range heavily influenced by global design over the last few years.”
Designed for modern living spaces, Linton blends modern design with traditional features. Featuring a slimmer 68mm stile and rail on the doors, it presents a more delicate aesthetic when compared to more traditional Shaker-style cabinetry. The range includes full-height doors with double cross rails, complementary 150mm skirting plinths and large 75mm island pilasters. You can even specify integrated accessories like a tray unit and chopping boards.
The collection is available in the company’s most popular range of painted colours including Porcelain and Fossil (pictured), Dove Grey, Navy Blue, Charcoal and Forest Green: solid painted ash Shaker with 68mm frame.
James Bodsworth, design director at Daval Furniture, added: “We will look back on 2020-22 as a sea change in the UK kitchen market as premium manufacturers fully embraced the importance of whole-house interior design and the possibilities of bespoke storage in every room. Our new and exclusive Linton collection is designed to help homeowners make the best use of the space available and provide a timeless cabinet style that delivers all of the advantages of solid wood with contemporary design appeal.”