This month our British kitchen furniture supplier Mereway announced an exciting new update across all of their ranges. This update offers several on-trend additions to the existing Mereway kitchens ranges, reflecting emerging trends like Slim-Line Shaker kitchens, new dark kitchen tones and even the new ultra-modern Q-Line collection which you can view below or browse in our recent blog Mereway: The New Q-Line Kitchen.
So, without further ado, let’s get on with the new updates from Mereway’s English Revival, Town & Country and Cucina Colore ranges.
The English Revival collection is Mereway’s traditional kitchen option, offering uniquely handcrafted furniture made with traditional carpentry methods. Divided in to three sub-collections: Signature, Shaker and Modern Classic, each have been updated with new on-trend tones like Sea Green, Midnight Green, Dusk Blue, Indigo Blue with the luxurious Signature sub-collection now offering additional colour options in the existing Dusk Blue and Dust grey shades. As well as the new colour options, new cabinet finishes and coloured handles also now feature, complementing the new tones.
Image one: Sea Green & Midnight Green, Signature Collection| Image two: Priory Blue & Indigo Blue, Modern Classic Collection | Image three: Mussel & Midnight Green, Modern Classic Collection | Image four: Midnight Green, Modern Classic Collection.
The Town & Country collection is Mereway’s designated shaker range, previously split into contemporary, shaker and traditional shaker these have been updated to: Slim-Line Shaker, Classic Shaker and Raised & Fielded Shakers. Reflecting changes in demand, Mereway have introduced a new Slim-Line Shaker in the form of the Cambridge door option, which along with the existing Ely door completes the contemporary Slim-Line Shaker sub-collection. Existing doors Canterbury and Newbury have been updated with Meadow Green and Azure Blue colour options, Charnwood and Virginia doors with Midnight Green and Indigo Blue colour options while Lincoln, Gainsborough, Ely and Bridgwater doors each have four new colours in the form of Sea Green, Midnight Green, Dusk Blue and Indigo Blue.
Image one: Cambridge door in Indigo Blue | Image two, three and four: Canterbury door in Azure Blue.
The Cucina Colore Collection is Mereway’s Italian inspired modern kitchen collection and has seen probably the most sizeable update with new door options, colours, textures, handrails and more. So where should we start? The Segreto integrated handle door option has gone and been replaced by the new Q-Line ceramic collection which you can read all about by clicking here. Remaining door styles Futura and Lastra now have a number of new wood, metallic, silk foil, matt and veneer painted door options like Nautic Oak, Graphite Metallic and Marmo Blanco as well as new handrails in White Matt Painted, Grey Brushed and Brass Brushed. Not to mention the Cambridge and Ely doors have joined both ranges as a wood effect option for either a handleless or handled kitchen.
Image one: Cambridge door in Indigo Blue & Futura door in Smoked Steel with Brass Brushed handrail | Image two: Futura door in Nautic Oak & Burnt Bronze with Dust Grey Painted handrail | Image three: Ely door in Midnight Green | Image Four: Lastra door in White Gloss Acrylic & Atlantic Metallic.