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The Linear Range

If you’re fashion conscious and looking to make a striking designer statement then Linear is the choice for you.
Differing textures within the kitchen are becoming increasingly common, creating different workspaces and feature areas. Linear offers 9 such examples and covers everything from industrial concrete, to ceramic anthracite and highly realistic grained effect. Linear doors can either be used to create complete kitchens on their own or combined with a solid colour for a stunning two tone kitchen.

Linear Tobacco Charleston Oak

Tobacco Charleston Oak offers a gorgeous display of texture and colour, with rich undertones giving a modern kitchen an air of opulence. It is pictured here with Vivo+ Matt White and brushed steel handles.


Linear Shorewood

Shorewood takes inspiration from grey-brown tones that are an ever-popular favourite. The subtle but realistic texture, adds uniqueness and character to the ultra-modern kitchen. This design looks great on its own but also mixes well with solid colours such as; Porcelain, White and Cashmere.

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Linear Truffle Brown Denver Oak

Truffle Brown Denver Oak boasts a spectrum of colour interplay, mixing cool and warm tones to give you a design that is complementary to almost any colour! The soft, smooth finish is realistic and Scandinavian in design, making a kitchen feel spacious and light

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Linear Natural Kendal Oak

Natural Kendal Oak is one of our most popular finishes from the Linear range with its simplicity, neutral colour tone and real feel design. The natural markings and colour will give your kitchen a light and airy feel, while at the same time adding a point of difference.

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Linear White Halifax Oak

Linear White Halifax Oak is subtle in colour and exquisite in texture. The woodgrain pattern has been sculpted to replicate that of real Halifax Oak, giving you a timeless modern look.

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Linear Natural Halifax Oak

Linear Natural Halifax Oak creates a light and airy kitchen with the visual effect of real oak. The woodgrain is true to touch, with intricate groove detail and real feel wood knots – without the splinters!

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Anthracite Mountain Larch boasts soft grooves and replicates the effect of woodgrain texture. The attractive grey tones enrich our Vivo+ gloss white to create distinction within an ultra-modern kitchen.

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Ceramic Anthracite is a firm favourite, with its bold design giving the definite “wow” factor. The warm undertones running through its mottled effect creates a homely feel. It is pictured here with our Vivo+ Gloss Porcelain and copper homeware.

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Make a statement with Boston Concrete. We recommend complementing Boston Concrete with neutral colours such as white, grey or darker kitchen tones. Boston concrete creates the highly fashionable industrial feel and looks great with chrome accessories.

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