The SieMatic Colorsystem

The SieMatic Colorsystem Color is one of the most important design elements in interior design, because it spontaneously creates moods and feelings. The choice of colors determines whether a room is perceived as inviting, elegant, generous, cool, or cozy. Achieving a nuanced combination of the different materials and door panels used in a kitchen and creating the desired harmony require not only a highly sensitive use of colors but also a well conceived concept. That is why the SieMatic ColorSystem was developed. It offers a range of attractive matt and glossy colors, which are available throughout all the SieMatic programs. The 1,950 individual matte and gloss hues of the SieMatic Individual ColorSystem are also available for SQ lacquer.

SQ Lacquer Surfaces

Nowhere is furniture subject to more stress than in the kitchen. It is for this reason that, particularly there, materials of select quality and perfect workmanship should be used. With SieMatic lacquer, home furnishings radiate elegance without offering any point of vulnerability to the high stresses of the kitchen. This is because the exclusive SieMatic SQ lacquer front panels are manufactured in “Superior Quality,” in an innovative lacquer process that provides for the greatest flexibility in planning and guarantees environmentally friendly, first-class quality “made in Germany.” The new SieMatic AntiPrint finish reduces fingerprints even on matte surfaces.

Laminate Surfaces

SieMatic laminate furniture panels are available in matte and gloss, are extremely easy to care for, very sturdy and hygienic. They have an impeccable, high-quality appearance and a remarkably natural effect in designs such as “wild oak,” “provence oak” or “titan pine.”

Wood Surfaces

As a surface material, wood still continues to enjoy great popularity, because it exudes warmth and naturalness like no other material. Whether as a massive molded front panel or veneer, whether smooth or with added prfiles, SieMatic Kitchen Interior Design offers a great variety of woods. Particularly expressive varieties with a continuous veneer pattern give the surface design the character of master craftsmanship.