Keller Gloss Black Kitchen – Ex Display For Sale

5 01 2010

Keller Gloss Black Kitchen – Ex Display for Sale.

This display is in our Studley Kitchen Showroom and is a Keller Gloss Black Kitchen complete with Glacier White Corian Worktops and sink.

The display consists of the following:

4 off 500mm wide x 590mm high Gloss Black Wall units, with gloss black interiors.

2 off 500mm wide Drawerline base units, with bottom pan drawer pull out.

1 off 1000mm base unit, with dummy drawer fronts and steel drip tray in base.

1 off Corner base unit with 500mm wide door and drawer, complete with magic corner.

2 off 600mm wide 3 drawer pan drawer set.

1 off 600mm wide built under oven housing, with drawer below oven.

2 off 600mm wide bridging units.

2 off 900mm wide 3 drawer pan drawer sets (not pictured, but on display in Bromsgrove)

Corian Glacier White worktop with double bowl sink, 2 separate lengths 2500mm long on the sink run and 2400mm long on the hob run.

Aplliances, tap and lighting and accessories shown on worktop not included.

Call 01527 857772 for more information.

Gloss Black Keller Kitchen





Keller High Gloss Lacquer Kitchen With Zebrano Accent

15 12 2009

We have recently finished this beautiful Keller kitchen.
Themain features are:

  • High Gloss Lacquer Shell handle less base and tall units
  • Zebrano veneer wall units and panelling, handle less
  • Angolan Granite worktops, upstands and splashback
  • Siemens Combination oven, pyrokleen oven, induction hob, extractor, dishwasher and American fridge freezer.
  • Feature lighting above wall units
  • Complete installation from start to finish including floor tiling

For more information on Keller Kitchens contact us on 01527 857772.





Fantastic – Recently Fitted Keller Kitchen

3 12 2009

Just received some pictures from one of our very many happy clients who have just had a Keller kitchen fitted. This is a combination of the GL7300 range (the ridged units) and Marino.

Although the kitchen is, shall we say unconventional, it actually works perfectly. Everything is easy to access and stored beautifully.

The work surface is Corian, with an LED lighting strip under the front edge.

Click on the pictures below to see larger images.

For more information on Keller Kitchens visit www.akfittedinteriors.co.uk

Keller Kitchen





Help Me Design My Kitchen – Part 2

26 05 2009

Section 2:   The  Working  Triangle

The ‘working triangle’ is a way of  combining the three main functional areas of the whole  kitchen, into an ergonomic design, helping  to  create three ‘working  zones’.
These three areas are:

1. Food  Storage and  Preparation

2. Cooking.

3. Washing.

1. Food  Storage  &  Preparation.

This  area  will include your  fridge/fridge freezer and will also require ample worktop space for food preparation. Storage cupboards in this area will allow you to have easy access to food items, utensils, chopping boards  etc.

2:  Cooking

Try to ensure that there is  enough space  around the  hob and  oven  to place  hot pans or trays on the work  surface. This will help  to  prevent the many accidents that typically happen due to having to  walk around the kitchen with  hot pans.

Also  remember that the hob and oven do not  necessarily need to be located close  to each other in the  same  area of the  kitchen.

3: Washing

The washing area should be located near to where pots, pans, plates, and  cutlery are stored.  There should  be  sufficient space around the sink area to allow for draining, and it is important that  this area is located away from food preparation as this is the most likely place to store cleaning products and other potentially harmful chemicals.





Help Me Design My Kitchen – Part 1, Overview

28 04 2009

The Kitchen is undoubtedly the most popular and widely used  room in the house, and the various functions the kitchen of today is asked to perform ,requires accurate planning and good design.  A good starting point is to look at the various ways  in which your Kitchen is used, how often , and who uses the  kitchen (I’m always suprised when  I visit a home how often the person who never does the cooking decides on where eveything goes!) This  will provide you with a list of basic design requirements for your kitchen that need to be met.

Measuring  Your  Kitchen

This is the most important part of the process  and  requires accuracy  to ensure your  kitchen fits perfectly.  Below are some handy  measuring tips.

1  Always measure in  millimetres (mm) as this is now the  industry standard for unit dimensions. It also saves time converting measurements later on !

2.Measure each Kitchen wall separately and in a clockwise direction.

3.Show accurate positions of doors and windows and  remember to include the outer frames (architraves etc) in the measurements.

4.Include all structural  elements such as  beams, recesses,  ect that are fixed and will not be altered during renovation.

5 Detail the positioning of water ,gas, and  electricity points and decide early on whether these are to stay as they are or if you are prepared to move them. This will have an impact on both your  design and  budget.

6 Measure the  ceiling height  of your kitchen as this will have a bearing on wall unit  heights.

7 Draw a  plan  of your  kitchen as it looks now,  including units and  appliances, and decide if there are any  elements of  the  design, or appliances  that you wish to keep.

8 Last  and most  importantly…DOUBLE CHECK EVERYTHING.





Chippendale Regent Buttermilk – Ex Display Kitchen at Bromsgrove

3 04 2009

Chippendale kitchen regent-buttermilkChippendale Kitchens Regent Buttermilk – Ex Display Bromsgrove Showroom – All on colour co-ordinated cabinet

Unit is still current so you can add to it to complete your kitchen.

Comprises of:

30 cm Breakfront unit

30 cm Drawerline Unit

60 cm Integrated appliance facia

93 cm Corner Base unit

50 cm Drawerline unit

80 cm wall unit

63 cm Angled wall unit

30 cm wall unit

30 cm wall unit

30 cm angled wall unit

Wood effect Laminate worktop

Franke stainless steel sink and  tap.

Appliances and Accessories not included.

Visit our Bromsgrove Kitchen Showroom or call 01527 835942





Keller Kitchens Launch New Range

19 03 2009

After years of adding new models and myriad options in kitchen doors, carcasses, side panels, plinths, light panels and colours, Keller Kitchens have reorganised its collection to make choosing your dream kitchen a far more simple process.

Keller Black Label Kitchen in Gloss White

Keller Black Label Kitchen in Gloss White

The result is a much more logical Keller Colour System which contains four colour/material collections for the Red Label and Black Label kitchen ranges.

Their will be four groups of doors avaialble:

  1. The Master Collection
  2. The Comfort Collection
  3. The Combi Collection
  4. The Starwood Collection

The Master Collection is available in nine colours in five door finishes of melamine, MDF foil wrapped, polygloss, silk lacquered or high gloss lacquered finish. The programme is unique in so much that the colours are matching, whatever finish is chosen. Carcasses, side panels, plinths and light panels are also available in these nine colours.

The Comfort Collection is a contemporary range of doors with matching carcasses, side panels, plinths and light panels.

Offering a wide range of models, the Combi Collection enables the introduction of individual accents into a kitchen.

The Starwood Collection comprises a beautiful range of solid wooden fronts, with doors that can be lacquered in the nine colours of the Master Collection or can be finished in traditional blonde oak or bleached oak.

Keller Kitchens Havan Oak Black Label

Keller Kitchens Havan Oak Black Label

AK Fitted Interiors have the full range of samples and coulours in all of their showrooms, located in Bromsgrove, Studley (near Redditch), Kenilworth, and Shirley (near Solihull).

Visit AK Fitted Interiors for more informaion, or call 01527 835924.