More free space for living
This is best achieved with an uncluttered style: clear lines, warm colour tones and varied surfaces form the basis for this concept130 ensemble MONTREAL-GL Fine Oak Light. Together with its counterpart Graphite, the colour shade Fine Oak Light creates a modern yet natural look. The contrasting textures and colours are complemented by the shiny grey metro-style tiles, the light-coloured floor coverings and the inviting upholstered chairs with green fabric coverings, reminiscent of the rich green of the leaves in July - a homage to nature in your home!
A natural play of colours
This concept130 kitchen variant creates a play of colours that is often found in nature. Colours such as light brown, rich green and mysterious anthracite are reminiscent of elements that our eyes find in the forest. In combination, they convey balance, freshness and grounding. Values that are so often lacking in hectic everyday life. A kitchen in this colour combination thus creates a cosy ambience in which we immediately feel invited and at ease. The contrasting colour concept is complemented by different haptics, textures and purposefully placed open cupboards that offer space for particularly beautiful kitchen utensils and crockery.
From one cast
The same, but not the same. Similar, but still different. Different and extremely enriching. There is hardly a better way to create a sense of style than through a largely uniform overall concept in interior design. This does not mean avoiding a mix of styles or colours. It means creating a harmonious unity. This is particularly easy to achieve by combining the Häcker kitchen from the concept130 line with other furniture elements from this product series. Häcker makes it easy for its customers by including complementary furniture pieces such as wallboards and wardrobes with the line. Like this floating sideboard with graphite-coloured surface and glass windows that provide a view of your favourite pieces. The result: living spaces from a single mould.
Stow away. Present. Put away. The wall shelf that almost floats in the air is a favourite of any interior design. It is used to create additional storage space and a decorative presentation surface in interiors. Space-savingly mounted on the wall, it is used to present lamps, decorative items, picture frames or other small objects. In its cabinet compartment, functional objects that decorate the room can be kept within easy reach - from fine service to crystal goblets. The cabinet doors are made of glass, revealing a glimpse of the precious contents. Enchanting. Fronts in a deep anthracite further emphasise colourful decorative elements in and on the wallboard.
Functional icing on the cake: Coat rack in graphite
What makes an excellent wardrobe? It has sufficient open storage space and storage space closed with cupboard doors, and is flexible and attractively designed. On one side, it has an area with a coat rail and two open shelves. On the other side, closed cupboards in the graphite colour offer enough space to store a lot. With its minimalist design and unobtrusive colour, the wardrobe does not push itself into the foreground, but becomes a stylish element of the home furnishings. The handles, which are barely visible, are colour-coordinated with the wardrobe. Smooth surfaces reinforce the purist design. The icing on the cake for the concept130 MONTREAL-GL light fine oak kitchen ensemble, which is convincing in all respects.