The herringbone patterned wood veneer with characteristic details gives your kitchen a unique accent. Designed to match the SINARP series, but can also be paired with solid-coloured doors for a modern look.
The pattern is made using elaborate woodworking technique. Wood veneer in 3 different tones are pressed together and cut diagonally into the diamond-shaped sheets used to create the herringbone pattern
The wood veneer allows the natural characteristics of wood to shine through, with colour shifts, varying grain patterns and surface structure, giving each HASSLARP front a unique look.
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Personalise your kitchen by adding one or more HASSLARP doors to your solid-coloured doors and drawer fronts.
Designed as a perfect match with SINARP doors and drawer fronts.
IKEA of Sweden
Complete with UTRUSTA 110° hinge with built-in damper for kitchen, 2-pack, sold separately.
To be completed with 2 hinges.
To be completed with a knob or a handle.
Use SINARP cover panels for a uniform look.
Fits METOD kitchen series.
The accent doors are made to enhance the style and expression of your kitchen, which is why they’re available in a limited number of sizes.
Sometimes a detail is needed that simply stands out – adding a unique and dynamic touch to a uniform interior. With HASSLARP kitchen front we wanted to create a new look in wood. We were inspired by classic craftsmanship where wooden decorative patterns are made with different tones.
Our range includes many different kitchen fronts that create contrasts in the kitchen. Yet we lacked an interesting front in wood. Sara Åberg was part of the team that developed HASSLARP and reflects on how the idea came about.
“We started looking at classic patterns for wooden floors, such as chevron and fishbone. They are based on classic craftsmanship where decorative patterns result from fixing together smaller pieces of wood. We wanted to create a modern interpretation of them."
Wooden veneers create a pattern
At one supplier, Sara and the team found an interesting technique called technical veneer.
"It’s a rather complicated process where wooden veneers are dyed in three different tones. These veneer layers are pressed together into thicker cubes – and when they are cut diagonally it results in thin, diamond-shaped layers with an interesting pattern. In the final step, the veneer layers are fixed together into larger fish bone patterned sheets that are mounted on the cabinet front."
A new look in the kitchen
HASSLARP is perfectly colour-matched with SINARP kitchen front in wood, but can also be combined with other single-coloured doors in our range to create an exciting contrast. Or why not mount them on some cabinets and build a more furniture-like standalone?
“With just a few doors, HASSLARP makes it possible to create a new look for the kitchen with a high-quality and artisanal feel that has a modern twist. I think the classic pattern highlights wood in a really interesting way."
What is veneer?
A veneer is a thin wooden sheet fixed on things like particleboards to add a durable surface and a natural wood look – so we enjoy the many benefits of wood without using solid wood. The most common veneer types are birch, ash, oak and beech and we’ve made a special UV lacquer that helps preserve the wood's natural structure. A benefit with a slightly thicker veneer is how you can repair and sand the surface if it’s damaged to give furniture a longer and more beautiful life.