Fresh New Designs From Bora

Explore the Bora range with Design Matters of HIgh Wycombe

Image shows a black ceramic glass induction hob flush set in the centre of a dark anthracite grey matt worktop. There is a chopping board with swiss chard to the left, and a large chef's knife. Some garlic cloves and a knife to the right. On the hob there are two pots to the rear, and in the centre there is a gold circular vent which is pulling steam downwards.

We’ve featured beautiful Bora combined hobs and extractors on our Blog site before, mainly because downdraught extractors are taking the kitchen sector by storm. Now, they are some our most popular products.

Having had the opportunity to trial the Bora extensively, we were impressed with its performance and so are our customers! It’s easy to recommend a product when its benefits are so clearly visible. If you prefer clean lines and extra headroom in your kitchen space, a Bora hob may be well worth considering.

One of the key USPs for downdraught extraction apart from its efficiency is the fact that the ducting is run below worktop height. This means complex calculations (and frankly, guesswork) is not required as your builders create the roof layout of your extension or new-build home. Kitchens often come some time after the main construction phase, and small alterations to the kitchen design may be compromised when ceiling ducting has already been planned around joist runs.

The Bora is available in a range of different formats, according to your preferred cooking style, in modular style as in the Professional range shown above, and now with metallic accents in the Classic range.

To discuss your new kitchen, speak to Richard Smithies of Design Matters on 01628 531584, or contact us by email using this link or our contact page.