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The 2176 Wave island extractor in white. Image by Manola van Leeuwe; FotografiePlus.


Wave by InHouse Inspired Room Design K


itchens can be utilitarian spaces, and consumers are keen to pack their kitchens full with the latest appliances and gadgets. However, they also want to bring the living room into the kitchen, creating open-plan spaces that are perfect for cooking, eating, entertaining and relaxing. Extractors used to be one of the most functional of objects, but what about those people who wanted something softer? Who wanted to disguise their extractors? Who wanted to bring fashion into the kitchen?


Welcome to Wave. The Dutch brand that takes a different approach. Their extractors are the most stunning and stylish fittings that conceal superb performance. The technology of a Wave extractor is efficient, powerful and ground breaking. Plasma filters enable powerful cleaning and recirculation.


Wave is a bespoke manufacturer, which means they work with retailers and consumers to help create their own dream extractor. Vincent van den Berg, owner of Wave, says, “We’re very excited about the relationship with InHouse Inspired Room Design. We believe they’re the perfect partners to represent Wave in the UK, providing UK kitchen retailers with a design-driven product that increases the uniqueness of what they offer the British consumer.


Island extractors


Six models of island extractors hang from steel wires and spindles so they are barely in contact with the ceiling. The shapes are simple and the finish is refined. The lighting is warm and atmospheric. Materials include copper, twelve leather finishes, stainless steel and super smooth coloured finishes. Models are: 2119, 2120, 2176, 2620, 2627 and 2630.


The collection also includes the 2066, 2116 and 2118 ducted models, which can be combined with external motors or alternatively used with carbon or plasma filters.


Wall extractors


Wave has taken the design of island units and created wall extractors. Models 1119, 1120, 1620 and 1627 continue the furniture design of island units, concealing the powerful functionality of the extractor. Atmospheric lighting, combinations of colours and materials with the refined finishes turn the extractor into an eye-catcher.


Built-under and ceiling units


For those who want to blend the extractor into their interior design, Wave offers a series of built- under and ceiling units.


Wave extractors. Refined enough to blend into any design. Striking enough to become a focal point of the kitchen.


InHouse Inspired Room Design represents Wave in the UK market. Announced at KBB 2018, InHouse will be showcasing Wave extractors to its 500+ independent retailers in the UK and welcoming enquiries from all kitchen retailers.


01661 842 304 e: info@inhouseltd.co.ukwww.inhouseltd.co.uk


Vincent van den Berg, Co-owner of Wave Kitchen Products. 20 BKU MAY 2018


The 2630 Wave island extractor, beautifully finished in leather by workshop Cools Bekledingen. Image by Manola van Leeuwe; FotografiePlus.


Distinct and beautiful, Wave’s wall units combine with light fittings to add an extra dimension to the kitchen design. Image by Manola van Leeuwe; FotografiePlus.


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