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Eggersmann USA injects Bauhaus style into kitchen design.

Torino grey aluminum combine with Toulon Barrel Oak and Beola Nera Quartzite for contrast.

Most designers will agree that the kitchen can be the most challenging room in the house when it comes to design, but it is also the most important. Eggersmann USA has been helping clients and designers create modern, functional, and beautiful kitchens since 1908. The company’s focus has always been the quality of its natural material, and this year they have renewed their commitment to this philosophy with the introduction of its new Noble wood collections. The Noble series is a collection of specialty woods from exotic locations, that are cultivated and refined in Germany. The new veneers include Fumed Larch, Silvered Eucalyptus, and Smoked Lacewood. Specialty veneers are hand stitched, and book- and grain-matched, to ensure seamless installation and design. In addition to these innovative materials, Eggersmann also has an unrivaled collection of stone and forged metal finishes. The Unique stone collection has been growing since its launch in 2008, and new offerings have been added this year, such as Cosmos Nero, a leathered slate, and a selection of quartzites like Bianco Nuvola and Macaubus Giotto. The Eggersmann USA design teams work with clients to create the perfect kitchen. In the New York showroom, clients can meet with designers that have decades of experience, and who are inspired by everything from Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Le Corbusier, to the art of NC Wyeth and Vincent Van Gogh. The team will ensure that every kitchen they produce perfectly reflects their clients’ way of life.

Vancouver Brushed Core Ash Light adds light and warmth to this kitchen.
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