Ultra Matt Anthracite combines with Graphite for cool kitchen space

Ready to embrace 2018’s hot new trend for super matt surfaces? Keller’s Ultra Matt finish is the ultimate incarnation that will ensure this subtly sophisticated look is no fleeting fad.

Like many global trends, demand for super matt finishes began in the automotive industry – the Geneva Motor Show unveiled cars with velvety soft paint finishes since as early as 2013. Now, kitchen cabinetry in whisper-soft matt finishes are proving a serious hit and will be leading sales in 2018.

Always ahead of the curve, Keller’s Ultra Matt doors use the latest nanotechnology-based coatings to ensure they are as easy to clean as their glossy counterparts. Promising fingerprint resistance, alongside the flattest zero-sheen surface possible, Keller’s Ultra Matt doors come in six design-led colours. From purest Snow, to jet black Carbon, with two shades of grey between (Titanium and Anthracite); there’s an Ultra Matt shade for all. White and Loam have just been added to the Ultra Matt door colour collection for 2018.

Typical of Keller’s dedication to design flexibility, its Ultra Matt finish is available on two door styles, Evia and GL3000. Both are contemporary, slab designs, but the former is designed for use with handles, and the latter without. All Ultra Matt doors are bonded seamlessly via laser edging, while the handleless GL3000 door has the additional benefit of colour matched Ultra Matt handle trims to complete the seamlessly sleek appearance.

For further information, please visit www.kellerkitchens.com.