Pronorm has unveiled its brand-new Ceramic Zaha door, which it says creates an 'architectural design look that exudes prestige and style'. The decor has been introduced into the range reflecting the popularity of ceramic as a material choice in the kitchen for high-value, high-end design.
Supplied by Neolith, the doors are surfaced in 3mm of material and are said to be lightweight to open, while also offering durability, easy maintenance, and heat, scratch and stain resistance.
Ceramic Zaha is intended to open up design scope for creating sleek, monolithic furniture elements that look like they have been hewn out of the same piece of stone. With its warm grey hues and subtle brown undertones, Ceramic Zaha pairs especially well with timbers adding warmth and achieving a chic and homely interplay of textures and materials. It is paired here with Smoked Oak Light.
Part of Pronorm’s design-versatile collection of over 250 door fronts, Ceramic Zaha is available on the handleless X-Line range and the slab fronted Proline 128 furniture range. Reflecting its premium status, it is Price Group 8 and one of the company’s new launches for 2023.
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