FHIABA’s elegant range of refrigeration options has been expanded and perfected with six new matte-metallic colour finishes, which further elevates its distinctive style.
August 20th, 2021
FHIABA’s elegant range of refrigeration products fulfill the necessities of high-quality food and wine storage while exuding style. And now with its new colours: Pearl White, Pearl Silver, Gold, Satin Silver, Titanium and Copper, FHIABA allows for unique customisation to elevate the aesthetics of any interior.
FHIABA’s expertise in refrigeration is backed by over 40 years of perfecting the design of its appliances. Handcrafted in Italy, FHIABA’s appliances are distinct for the stunning finishes, smooth lines and world-class technology that ensures unmatched quality, performance and style.
The X-Pro, Classic, and Integrated refrigeration series, now available in a range of new colours, enhance and complement any space — they make a statement with luxurious aesthetics and functionality. FHIABA’s unique technology, such as the ProVent ventilation and TriPro refrigeration, ensure ideal temperature control and maintenance.
Further, the integration of vibration, light and humidity sensors permit perfect wine and food preservation. This exceptional level of design and functionality does not compromise on aesthetics as the fridges have been designed to fit seamlessly into any style of kitchen, with the six new FHIABA colours adding another dimension to these products.
Each fridge, in combination with the new colour choices, has a distinct style that creates a sense of individuality; ultimately allowing designers to select and match a customised FHIABA product for a specific space.
With its sleek lines, the Classic series achieves a fresh and sophisticated look in any kitchen. Its high-end refrigeration and wine preservation systems feature tubular stainless steel handles with brushed finishes for durability and a modern style.
The Integrated series, on the other hand, is for those after a more personalised appliance — its storage and technology options provide the highest levels of comfort, functionality, and design unity.
Finally, the industrial-inspired X-Pro series transforms spaces into professional kitchens with a contemporary radiance. Its exterior is characterised by brushed stainless steel, tubular handles and upper ventilation grilles. Its interior consists of aluminium details, tempered glass and surfaces made of antibacterial shot-peened stainless steel — carefully designed technology to create an exceptional storage environment that promotes high standards of hygiene and food preservation.
As well as the traditional Stainless Steel exterior, the Classic and X-Pro series are also available in optional matte-metallic finishes – Pearl White, Pearl Silver, Gold, Satin Silver, Titanium and Copper. Each of these new FHIABA colours has its own classic quality, perfect to elevate the aesthetics of any space; from the smooth choice of Pearl White to a more illustrious copper, they all exude professionalism and sophistication.
In addition to these matte-metallic finishes available with FHIABA refrigerators, you can also select from an array of custom RAL colour finishes to further provide a bespoke personality to kitchen spaces. Through various unexpected, experimental or classic colour combinations, FHIABA provides designers with unlimited potential. This versatility allows for contrast with light or dark cabinets, the creation of an industrial-style kitchen or to add texture variation.
Through Italian craftsmanship, FHIABA designs and manufactures only the highest quality appliances. The refrigeration range — now expanded and perfected due to the addition of six new coloured finishes — is evidently the most ideal fusion of function and style. With unmatched technology and unique, customisable aesthetics, FHIABA is the perfect fit for high-end spaces that want the refrigerator to be on show.
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