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  • Twinset: The Ligran solitaire furniture series can be easily coordinated with our sliding door systems but is also if you want a special stand-alone piece.

Series_ Ligran Sideboard with furniture feet
Types_
1 door, 4 drawers
Base frame_
Urban Structures Fabric Sand
Lid plate & side panel_
Matelac Pure White
Front elements_
Urban Structures Ivy Aubergine und Matelac Pure White

Sliding door system_ S3000
Profile color_ Anodized Silver
Door panel_ Top: Float glass Matelac Pure White, Center: Kvadrat Plot fabric 533, Bottom: Veneer „Wave“ Alpi Light Recut Oak

Interior system_ Legno
Surface_ Urban Structures Fabric Sand

Series_ Ligran Dresser with socket
Types_ 8 drawers
Base frame_ Decor White
Lid plate & side panel_ Matelac Pure White
Front elements_ Float glass Pastel Blue and Matelac Rich Yellow

Sliding door system_ S1500
Profile color_ Lacquered Gray-Blue
Door panel_ Float glass Pastel Blue

Interior system_
Cornice
Profile color_ Anodized Silver
Surface_ Douglas 381

Series_ Ligran Highboard with furniture feet
Types_
2 doors, 4 drawers
Base frame_
Basalt
Lid plate & side panel_
Steel Blue lacquered
Front elements_
Steel Blue lacquered

Sliding door system_ Wooden door
Door panel_ Light green and lacquered Green Gray

Series_ Ligran Lowboard wall mounted
Types_
1 flap, 4 drawers
Base frame_
Urban Structures Matrix Pine Dark
Lid plate & side panel_
Matelac Natural Brown
Front elements_
satin-finished Bronze

Series_
S1200
Frame_
Bronze
Panel material_
Parsol Bronze, satin-finished Bronze, Mirror Bronze, Mirror satin-finished Bronze, Matelac Natural Brown

Interior system_
Legno
Sureface_
Urban Structures Matrix Pine Dark

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Please, Mr. Postman

Our ambition is to use our systems to fulfil everyone’s personal interior dreams. In addition to custom-made manufacturing this also means having a wide range of visual options. We thus, for example, have far in excess of 2 000 sliding door panels in glass, paint, décor and veneer to choose from. Should, during the final decision-making process, the customer need to directly compare their favorites from among this huge diversity of woods, patterns and colors or want to match our product to their existing interior we ready to help with advice, action and panel samples. Customers can borrow these samples via their local raumplus dealer. An elaborate service that helps the customer to make a decision when things are tricky but also demands the highest degree of accuracy from us with regard to labelling and documentation. Because, although this mail order service is an exception to the generally uncomplicated selection rule, every year we still dispatch thousands of panel samples by mail. Mr. Pietruszka and his department make sure that they keep an overview of the samples. An important task since, in addition to the comprehensive offering, there are also some super-tricky cases such as four different white glass options. So we would like to say “Thank you” to the team for their daily attention to detail, that prevents both the customer and us from making annoying, expensive mistakes. Simply exemplary!

Named products

Some 15,000 doors pass through the hands of our six door builders every year. And every one of them bears the signature of the person who manufactured it. We don’t do this because we want to market our doors as pieces of art with the cachet of a “limited edition”. Nonetheless every one of these custom-fit, hand-made doors is a unique product and a beautiful piece of craftsmanship whose creator deserves to be named. In addition to this, the fact that the doors do not remain anonymous means that our employees noticeably identify more strongly with the product. Which is no surprise since everyone wants to show that their skill and know-how does credit to their name. And you would sign up for that program too, wouldn’t you?

Mix & Match

Variable sliding door or fixed dividing wall? At raumplus this is not an either-or decision because both options can be combined to create a whole that is both creative and harmonious. Or as the dividing line between kitchen and dining room with sliding doors that opened when the cooking is finished while keeping the preparation area permanently hidden behind dividing walls or to structure an attic space with static walls under the eaves and sliding doors in the taller center of the room – there are numerous options to achieve a perfect Mix & Match of systems. So get mixing!