We've just caught a glimpse of the new IKEA kitchen fronts and doors, due to be released in February 2021.
The new HASSLARP chevron-patterned oak doors look wholesome yet design-led, while the gorgeous SINARP oak-veneered fronts have an elegant rustic style.
With their parquetry style design, and priced from just £40 per door, the HASSLARP door fronts and panels look like a far more expensive option.
The SINARP has a lovely rich wood grain running through it offering elegant simplicity.
One of the great things about an IKEA kitchen, apart from the good design and low cost, is the ability to mix the panels, drawer and door fronts and HASSLARP and SINARP are a great addition to the collection - and they are both suitable for the METOD IKEA kitchen.
Clotilde Passalacqua, Interior Design Manager at IKEA UK & Ireland, says, "SINARP/HASSLARP is a new family of kitchen fronts and doors made from a rich and durable brown oak veneer with a solid wood edge, creating a dramatic and refined finish. The natural variations of colour and grain in the wood provide a unique look, with its bold chevron pattern being a simple, yet unexpected way to add texture to the kitchen".
We also love the fact that you can hack an IKEA kitchen with handles and worktops from other manufacturers, such as Superfront and Reform CPH.
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