Memories of hearth and home. Apron strings and childhood happiness. Remembering familiar smells – the welcoming aroma of baked bread, the plump and plop of potatoes and pasta in a pot. Fresh coffee. The hiss and spit of a sizzling hot pan. A kitchen for cooking, entertaining friends, solving the problems of the day over a relaxed breakfast or a chat over a cup of tea. Sometimes just to sit and enjoy it. It’s where you are comfortable – in the heart of your home. A Bella kitchen – an opportunity to make memories unforgettable.
A Bella kitchen says as much about its owner’s personality and individual taste as the clothes they wear, the food they eat, or they’re favourite films, books and music. Beautiful craftsmanship, superior quality materials, precision and attention to detail -
Kitchen from Bella is a work of art in any home.
The new Bella series just launched includes timeless classics – designs for the traditional home; contemporary life for modern living and the avant garde portfolio for futuristic appeal and the next thing in style…. For the real innovators.
Bella kitchen products are built to the highest possible specification only using materials and processes that meet rigorous standards of quality and performance. Whatever the requirements, Bella kitchen products are designed to meet the most demanding of briefs. With this new offering BA Components have created something extra special, these designs produce a real experience – to cook, work, eat and live in, the market deserves nothing less.
For details on the All New Bella Ranges and to get a copy of the new 108 page kitchen design brochure contact BA Components Marketing Dept – 0044 28 8676 4600 or visit www.bacomponents.co.uk
Furniture Journal Sept 2008.
Vinyl KBB Door and Components Manufacturers BA Components have recently revamped their Bella Range and David Caulfield who heads up the BA Sales & Marketing Team shared some of his ideas and thinking with Kitchen Journal.
High gloss kitchens are shining brighter than ever with white, black and cream leading the trend. Add to that the ‘hot’ colours this summer of zingy and zesty oranges, reds and limes and the picture is almost complete.
While something as expensive as a kitchen shouldn’t just be bought just on the basis of current trends there is a lot to be gained from taking some of today’s cutting edge trends and mixing them with a good solid neutral base colour of white or cream.
High gloss white gives a clean crisp feel to any kitchen, but when mixed with some of today’s latest High Gloss colours the finish can be quite breathtaking, as can be seen in this picture by mixing a warm but really modern look such as the Plum Prunus with High Gloss white Venice doors from the Bella range.
Design trends at the moment are very much focussed around the application of ‘mix and match’ and the use of vibrant oranges & limes as accent colours.
The emphasis today is firmly on variety, crispness and smooth sleek lines, and when we combine all of these elements with the use of High Gloss Cream, Zingy Paprika Orange and handle-less rail, you can really spice up the kitchen with colour, excitement and taste.
Another means of providing variation from solid colour is by including subtle detailing on doors and wall units, such as the random ripple effect of the new Sahara doors and panels or the use of textured ‘Riven’ finishes in the Bella range.
The cutting edge design and advanced manufacturing processes now current in vinyl wrapped products has allowed designers and marketers to target a whole new audience with their products, and truly add that Avant Garde look to excite and enthuse.
Furniture Production Sept 2008.