WAVE SHOWS ITS HIGH-END
KITCHEN PRODUCTS AT DEKKER TREND CENTRE
This month, Dekker Trend Centre in Zevenhuizen (NL) officially opened its doors.
A unique concept in The Netherlands, where several high-end kitchen brands, like Wave,
show their latest trends and innovations in a stylish renovated ware house in order to
inspire and advise branche professionals and project developers.
Last week the press opening took place and VITA DI LUSSO was there to spot the first trends!
The best of the best
For years, the family company Dekker Zevenhuizen is a leading brand when it comes to forming high-end materials into kitchen- and bathroom worktops. They challenged Pitt Cooking, Arpa, Steel Cucine and Wave, to join forces.
Pitt Cooking is well-known because of its bold gas burners, which are placed directly on the worktops. Arpa is a top player in the field of high quality HPL technology. Steel Cucine spoils haute cuisine and design lovers with their modern, yet traditional stoves. And Wave connects the kitchen area and the living area with its controversial, bespoke light designs and cooker hoods.
Jerry Severins: “Together, in the Dekker Trend Centre, we can show even more of what we are capable of. Our co-operation was already well-received at all the international fairs, so we are happy to present ourselves in Holland as well.”
For this press opening, a trend forecaster was invited. The dazzling presentation brought us from ‘Raw Rituals’ to ‘Reflections’ and from ‘New Classic’ to ‘Grid’.
Some very important characteristics of these trends are: grandeur and minimalism, light and space, optical illusions, ridges and stones, black on black and gold and capricious.
Marble, steel and wood are still very important materials and the combination of it makes the difference. Yellow, blue and green are the accent colors. Shapes are round or graphic and proportion is key.
Vincent van den Berg: “Luckily I can conclude that Wave is on top of trend. I noticed our kitchen products were shown in the presentation quite often. Nevertheless I am inspired and I also saw Jerry making sketches:-).”