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The originalSHEER model shares all the design hallmarks of its close relation, naturalSHEER.

The introduction of metal trims (in place of wood) creates a slightly more urban feel. The look can be warmed up or cooled down by choice of colour, floor finishes and countertops.

Elegant, stylish and timeless, originalSHEER is truly a Modern Classic.

A Choice of Trims

Stainless steel is the obvious choice for the rails and plinths, mainly because it co-ordinates very well with taps, sinks, ovens etc. To avoid a scheme becoming too 'busy', it makes sense to keep the number of finishes and colours to a minimum. That said, copper and brass trims are available and with the correct treatment can be used with great effect. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements.

 

Steel & Oak

All Tomas kitchens feature solid oak drawer boxes, which contrast superbly with the stainless steel trims on the originalSHEER model... as do visible oak shelving and accessories.  

 

Handle-less kitchens that stand out from the crowd

It’s no surprise that handle-less kitchens have been hugely popular with home-owners for some years now. It’s more than a trend – it’s almost the norm with modern kitchens these days. The advantages are clear; no fussy panels or frames to trap dirt, no handles to get in the way and lovely clean and simple lines.

Many of our clients make a beeline for the SHEER models, but what makes a Tomas SHEER kitchens stand out from the crowd?

First of all, let’s look at the design. The doors and countertops on SHEER kitchens have and soft 45-degree angle profile, which provides easy access and plenty of ‘purchase’ for opening.

That may seem unimpressive, until you look at a J profile ‘handle-less’ door. You’ll quickly realise that this is quite hard to get your fingers into the rebate and you end up with a continuous dirt trap running along the length of the base elements! Then, compare it to a square topped door with a recessed rail. The design is OK, but very often the rail only goes in straight lines and the square doors are laminated with uncomfortable edges. Look again at the soft angle of SHEER. It is comfortable to use and the continuous lacquered finish negates the whole edging scenario. Furthermore, the flush rail brings the possibility of curving the whole thing and introducing the rail as a visible feature.   

Add to this, oak drawers, ply cabinets and Abstract Five Colours and you’ll really appreciate how different handle-less kitchens can be.  You’ll also see why the handle-less SHEER kitchens by Tomas really does stand out from the crowd.

 

originalSHEER island with stainless steel and oak top

originalSHEER island with stainless steel and oak top

Oak and Steel in perfect harmony

Oak and Steel in perfect harmony

originalSHEER floating' tall wall elements

originalSHEER floating' tall wall elements

Perfect Handle-less Design

Perfect Handle-less Design

Curved Kitchens have become something of specialty... but they're not obligatory!

Curved Kitchens have become something of specialty... but they're not obligatory!