Continuous Frame Kitchens Provide Extra Storage

March 27, 2014

 A special feature of Newcastle Furniture Company’s kitchens is that their frames are continuous. The usual method employed by both off-the-shelf and made-to-measure manufacturers, is to butt modular units together meaning that each join has a double width frame, sometimes covered by a strip of beading. Newcastle Furniture, however, creates a single, completely bespoke frame for each run of units.
As well as looking far more elegant and streamlined, there is another important benefit attached to a continuous frame. The usual size of a frame is 40mm, which is doubled when two modular units are placed side by side, meaning that a significant amount of space is wasted. In fact, in an average size kitchen, the amount of space gained by made-to-measure frame construction will often amount to a whole cupboard’s worth of space. If that happens at both base unit and wall unit levels, there could be as much as 2 linear metres’ worth of extra storage!
Newcastle Furniture Company’s kitchens are available in oak, maple, cherry and walnut and in any paint colour. Each kitchen is designed to a customer’s specifications and is completely bespoke.