(PRWEB) February 23, 2011
It was the wood of choice in the 1990s – synonymous with fine furniture (as well as syrup and the Canadian national flag) – but as timber prices rose, the UK fell out of love with Maple.
National fitted kitchen and bedroom retailer Betta Living has brought Maple back to life for the teenies (2011+), due to popular demand, and launched three of its most popular furniture collections in a marvellous Maple wood finish.
Jamie Dean, head of design at Betta Living, said: “Maple was incredibly popular in the 1990s and has resurged. It’s set to be hot in 2011! Maple is a naturally pale wood with a subtle yet distinctive honey-blond coloured grain, which is softly illuminating and gives off a wonderfully bright, warm tone.”
The silver blond tones of Maple combine perfectly with Betta Living’s New England fitted kitchens range, adding depth and warmth to this unstated kitchen door design, which quietly delivers bags of style. The versatility of the New England Maple finish is perfect for those who like to create their own individual look in their kitchens.
Combine the warm wood grain finished slab doors and a contrasting black worktop, with sleek lines of straight bar handles matched with a slate floor, and this kitchen delivers contemporary cool. Equally, Maple can be warmed up with rich tones and autumnal reds, for which the maple leaf is famous.
Betta Living’s New England kitchen is also available in White, Beech and Limed Oak. An average-sized New England kitchen costs just £3,484.
Betta Living’s Cassia and Angelo fitted bedrooms are now also available in a Maple finish.
Cassia is Betta Living’s most popular fitted bedroom collection, with plain slab doors, sleek lines and a versatile design for modern and traditional styling, plus it’s available in a wide range of cabinet options – from wardrobe doors, to drawers and wall units. The new Maple finish shows a slightly softer side to this smooth operator. Cassia is also available in Cream, White, Limed Oak, Nocino, Walnut and Beech finishes. An average-sized Cassia bedroom costs £1,265.
The Angelo collection is a slightly higher specification design and has a groove detail on the door. Like with Cassia, its versatility is endless. The Angelo is also available in Cream, White, Walnut, Limed Oak and Beech. An average-sized Angelo bedroom costs £1,779.
Both bedrooms offer a wide range of high-quality accessories, fitted units and storage options, enabling customers to maximise space and make the most of every inch of their bedroom.
Units include built-in wardrobes, drawers, floor-level cupboards, wall units, entertainment units, bed-side tables and co-ordinating beds. Customers can also select the much talked about ‘pull down’ bed which is available in the Cassia range – great for studios or smaller bedrooms, or just for those who love their gadgets.
To view the collection, visit http://www.bettaliving.co.uk or call 0800 269 945.