How many styles could one possibly accomplish with a neutral base color like white? Lots! White is an endlessly flexible color as demonstrated by Pronorm and the designers at Alaris Kitchens. Pronorm collections are extremely expressive, each form and finish engineered with excellence.
Exploring the Possibilities with Pronorm
There are four styles of Pronorm kitchens to choose from: Y Line, Proline, Classic, and the economical Compact. We are huge fans of the Y Line – free of handles, created for contemporary design fans that want the appeal of minimalism without sacrificing functionality. Handle-free design is almost a “must have” when it comes to white kitchen design.
The Proline is a little more versatile, introducing rounded cabinetry and curved worktops for a smooth modern look. Our favorite combination is the gloss white finish with glass cabinet doors tinted a smoldering black. Combined with those sensuously curved end pieces, the result is masculine and sophisticated.
Our favorite finish is the matt Super White because it’s highly adaptable. It looks great with stainless steel bar handles, very professional – add light Rift Oak finish to a few of the lower cabinet doors for an airy and natural accent. White Truffle and Structured White are our top picks for stylish horizontal continuity while the Wild Oak Gray is our choice for vertical grain orientation.
Look to the matt finishes for accent color possibilities. All lines offer glossy and matt granite red, the Y Line and Proline introduce bold matt selections of red, blue, and yellow in muted retro hues. Master the art of subtlety using neutrals and creams. Discerning designers might have fun exploring the endless variety of stained woods and other earth tones.
Of course, the real Pronorm difference comes in the form of stellar ergonomics. Each piece is available in a huge range of sizes, divided into 128mm increments – the designers at Alaris can help you determine the perfect height for your family.
We think the Pronorm philosophy is super refreshing. We can’t wait to see the innovations this company develops next especially if the trend of accessible contemporary design continues. Do you like the Pronorm style? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.