Ceramic is a product of a combination of natural products, such as kaolin, quartz and clay which are accumulated at high temperatures to generate highly compressed, consistent surfaces. They also have a high resilience to scratching and boast a material hardness of Mohs 8 (diamond has Mohs 10 rating), resistance to water, dirt and UV light.
Available in these colours...
For more information on colours and finishes see our door colours page.
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Crystal grey is a popular, contemporary alternative to white and looks stunning in a high gloss finish. The fronts and edges are highly polished and the edges are all rounded. The back of the doors is melamine resin-coated with a matt lacquer finish. The doors are 20mm thick. Crystal grey is also available in satin lacquer, laminate, laminate high gloss, glass matt and glass gloss finishes.
New colour for 2016, Platinum is a warm, modern yet vibrant colour which combines to superb effect with Tobacco knotty oak (shown here on the tall units).
Stone grey is a contemporary alternative to white. It has the same simplicity and modernity of a white kitchen but with more warmth. The satin lacquer units are coated on both sides with HPL-SolidColour-plating; the huge benefit of which is the uniformity of the colour throughout all the products including panels and worktops. The carcass comes in a matching quartz grey and the grip ledge profile is available in stone grey or nine other colours.
Ceramic graphite combined with natural walnut breakfast bar and matching tall kitchen units. The Ceramic door works well in tandem with natural wood but equally effective and dramatic by itself. Ceramic is made from various natural materials, such as clay, quartz and kaolin which are sintered at high temperatures to produce highly compacted, homogenous surfaces…. Read more »
Gorgeous lava black satin lacquer finished kitchen from our Next125 range. Contrasting Quartz stone coloured worktop in absolute white.
Our thanks go to Trevor Conway of Herts for sending us these great looking images of his completed Next125 kitchen from the end of 2015.
Thank you to James Kirkby and Susan Barnard for sending us these excellent photographs of their completed kitchen from end of 2016
Thank you to Roald from Welwyn Garden City from all at kdcuk for sending us these stunning photos and also thank you to our designer Lewis for one of his favourite kitchen designs to date.