In the next part of our feature on German Kitchens, we are taking a look at the range of kitchens from Pronorm.
Pronorm are well known for their contemporary kitchen designs with that typical German look. Clean lines, functional design and high quality manufacturing have seen Pronorm grow to be one of the big players in the middle to high end kitchen market. Pronorm have a rich history in furniture manufacturing, having begun production back in 1945. The name Pronorm was introduced in 1972 and their kitchens can now be found all over the world.
So let’s take a look at some of the Pronorm range:
The Y-line by Pronorm, shown here in white gloss, is a handle-less kitchen with sleek lines that fits beautifully with contemporary living. What I love about this kitchen is the sense of tranquility you get from it and how it blends in rather than take over the room. For anyone with a small or dark kitchen, consider a kitchen like the Y-line in white gloss. It will give a more spacious feel to the room by blending in and allowing light (whether natural or artificial) to bounce off it. The Y-line also comes with thick end panels which frame the doors and streamline the look. This range from Pronorm is also available in vanilla, cubanit, anthracite and black.
Also in the Y-line range:
The Proline range, as you can see from the photo, can be fitted with handles or without. If planning without handles, a touch opening system would be used instead of a finger rail. Again, the main part of this kitchen is white, but the island shown is in black gloss. The reason for showing this particular photograph of the Proline range is to highlight the open shelving design on the main kitchen run. The beauty of this design is that it takes away that heavy kitchen look and lends itself perfectly towards an open plan living area.
Also in the Proline 128 range:
The Classicline range from Pronorm is an extremely flexible range. The idea is that homeowners can choose a modern or classic look for their kitchen depending on their preferred look. The kitchen above left, is a mix of both titanium and teak, with the teak warming up what might otherwise be a cold looking kitchen. As we have said before, mixing and matching is a key trend at the moment. The kitchen to the right is a more classic or traditional kitchen. The doors centre panel is v-grooved to give a country look with the vanilla colour being warm and inviting.
Also in the Classicline range:
To find out more about Pronorm kitchens, visit their website at www.pronorm.de.
To find a dealer of Pronorm kitchens on Kitchenindex.ie go to http://www.kitchenindex.ie/retail/category-1/Fitted-Kitchens-and-Bedrooms.aspx/page-1/perpage-10/county-no/brand-Pronorm