Doors: new formats and fine woods enrich the Cubit range
Cubit is open for closed units and is delighted to present three more door modules for its shelving system. The special thing about them is that they are all square, small and can be excellently integrated according to the design scheme.
In launching these products, we’re responding to requests from our customers. After all, the door module is becoming increasingly popular. Its elegant tip-on technology means that it’s more than just practical – it has an exciting visual impact, too. Arranged as a closed surface, what started out as a shelf is then turned into a dresser or even a cabinet.
Wood veneers have a smart look about them
Cubit has been raising the stakes with its surfaces, too. We started off in 2012 with the walnut veneer. The dark wooden hue is still very much a smart complement to all color combinations.
And now, we’ve added amber oak – a fresh, light shade. With a slight hint of orange, amber oak goes well with canary yellow and yellowish-green. Or if you’re going for more of a contrasting look, it can be used together with ice blue and dark turquoise.
In contrast, volcano oak has a warm and intense effect. The dark brown shade, somewhat reminiscent of chocolate, simply exudes sovereignty. It’s a strong partner for all the colors used in the Cubit palette.