Kitchen Xila [c]by Boffi - kitchens
Designed in 1972, Xila was the first modular kitchen to have handle-less fronts. Carcass in either satined white chipboard or open-pore graphite oak. Handleless doors and integrated appliances: an aluminium bar is effectively the handle, a choice of three different finishes available. Doors available in the following finishes: Silcover and Ecolak lacquer, Metals (metallic effect lacquer) and polyester lacquer in a choice of different colours; Decomat in a variety of different colours; laminate in 26 different colours; wood veneer, 3D slatted wood veneer and 3D solid timber; timber from the Selection range; painted etched glass (white, dove grey and coffee brown); stainless steel; stainless aluminium sheeting or painted dark brown; white honeycomb Corian®; Lasermat (matt plated). Bilaminated counter tops also in a choice of: solid timber slats, Corian®, a stainless finish, stone, marble, granite, composite stone and painted etched glass.
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