Hettich: New products for the DIY store

International Hardware Fair 2018

Hettich was presenting its new products on the DIY boulevard in hall 5.1 from 4 to 7 March 2018. Hettich stand B091 not only to display numerous product highlights but also to show new presenters for the point of sale and catalogues.

New trends on table leg and furniture handle front
Copper and matt black are still as popular as ever when it comes adding statements to furniture in the form of handles or table legs. Besides table legs and furniture feet, Hettich is also presenting table legs for kitchen counters as well as skid solutions for benches and tables. For the point of sale, there are dedicated table leg presenters for additional and special display placements. The new “Decorative Furniture Fittings” catalogue also features attractive entry level products for coat and hat racks and furniture handles made of plastic in a variety of shapes and designs.

Hettich InnoTech Atira combines distinctive design with time tested technology. Available in the drawer set. Photo: Hettich

Modern desk technology for the DIY store
Ergonomic work stations are in demand – also in the home office. Hettich now offers an attractively priced alternative to DIY constructed, electrically height adjustable desks and work benches.

Easily glued into place, the innovative, user friendly ComfortSpin pull-out shelf is nothing short of impressive. Photo: Hettich

Sensys in obsidian black
The Sensys hinge in obsidian black is conspicuously inconspicuous. It blends harmoniously into dark furniture and impresses with the luxurious feel of its soft closing action.

New from Hettich: the height adjustable support for desk and work benches for DIY construction. Photo: Hettich

New drawer sets with defined edges and corners
With its sleek and clean cut contours, the InnoTech Atira drawer system combines distinctive design with tried and proven technology. The platform concept leaves every avenue open in terms of creative flexibility.

Table legs and furniture feet steel the show in copper and matt black. Photo: Hettich

Convenience in an instant
Back to front, front to back. The ComfortSpin rotating shelf from Hettich not only turns through 360 degrees but also partly moves out of the refrigerator or furniture as it is rotated. ComfortSpin impresses with the clever way in which it now puts an end to forgetting food stored at the back of the fridge. ComfortSpin simply glues into place while leaving no traces of adhesive for a perfect finish.

Table legs and furniture feet steel the show in copper and matt black. Photo: Hettich

Source and photos: Hettich

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