With its five basket variants – Classic, Saphir, Premea, Premea Glassline and Premea Artline – Vauth-Sagel offers its customers maximum flexibility. Because there is not only a huge variety of colour choices, it is particularly the deployment of the most diverse materials for the basket bottoms and side sections that offers comprehensive design freedom.
With its five basket variants – Classic, Saphir, Premea, Premea Glassline and Premea Artline – Vauth-Sagel offers its customers maximum flexibility. Because there is not only a huge variety of colour choices, it is particularly the deployment of the most diverse materials for the basket bottoms and side sections that offers comprehensive design freedom.

Individuality is an increasingly important feature for successful kitchen and furniture programmes. In times in which customers have the increasingly frequent opportunity to tailor new items of furniture to their specific requirements and wishes, this choice must also apply to the look and functionality of storage space systems. With its five basket variants – Classic, Saphir, Premea, Premea Glassline and Premea Artline – Vauth-Sagel offers its customers maximum flexibility. Because there is not only a huge variety of colour choices, it is particularly the deployment of the most diverse materials for the basket bottoms and side sections that offers comprehensive design freedom.

It really is quite unparalleled: the comprehensive basket programme from Vauth-Sagel. Barely any other manufacturer offers its customers as much flexibility with regards to designing the interior of cabinets as the family-run company, Vauth-Sagel. The exterior design continues inside the furniture – or creates conscious accents within the interiors: anything is possible with the basket programme from Vauth-Sagel.

Modular principle ensures maximum diversity

Vauth-Sagel offers its entire basket programme as a modular system, whereby the guide and the frame can each be combined with all five basket variants from the company’s in-house range. This offers furniture manufacturers and retailers maximum diversity with a minimum range of variants: if a manufacturer offers one high-end and one mid-range product line, it can deploy two different basket variants but just one system fitting (guide and frame) for both variants. It couldn’t be any simpler. This platform strategy makes the Vauth-Sagel storage space systems interesting both for the industry and for retailers and craftsmen.

The Vauth-Sagel basket programme fundamentally comprises a total of five different basket lines: Classic, Saphir, Premea, Premea Glassline and Premea Artline. All five baskets can be combined with the proven HSA, DUSA, DSA, Base liner, Wari corner and the new VSA storage space systems from the Vauth-Sagel range. Common to all baskets is the superlative quality of the welding and the ‘Made in Germany’ surface properties – all from the heart of East-Westphalia.

The bestselling Classic and Saphir models

One tried-and-tested variant is the Classic basket with its parallel floor bars and the discreet metal rail. Extremely linear and sleek, the Classic basket blends into to any kitchen environment perfectly. Visually more elaborate in design is the Saphir basket. The wire basket is fitted with a mesh mat, with a mesh width of twelve millimetres, thus ensuring that even small storage items are firmly secured in these beautiful baskets. The side sections of the Saphir basket are also fitted with a metal rail and both the Classic and the Saphir are available in various colourways and chrome-plated.

Premea basket range for the most demanding standards

In addition to the wire baskets, Vauth-Sagel customers can also choose from wooden-bottomed programmes. The high-end Premea basket stands out with its full, moisture-impermeable, metal-framed wooden bottom. In a similar way to the Classic and Saphir models, this basket variant also secures the stored items using a linear metal rail. Premea and Premea Glassline are the more exclusive premium basket variants, whereby the latter in particular is a real playground for all those with a creative side. Because this beautiful program allows not just the customisation of bottom panels and metal parts, but – above all – also the side panels: in the case of the Premea Glassline, customers can choose from plastic, glass, wood, stone, mineral composite and composite materials depending on their specific requirements and wishes, hence giving each basket a personal touch and drawing on the look of the furniture in terms of the colour of the kitchen and the materials used.

And the most recent development from Vauth-Sagel goes in the same direction: the Premea Artline premium basket. As standard, Premea Artline is available either with front and/or side elements made from clear or Satinato glass. In this model, customers can once again choose from numerous colours and materials to create their very own bespoke look. Premea Artline is very clean in terms of form and function and is elegantly sleek – while Premea Glassline is characterised by organic shapes.

With its five basket variants, Vauth-Sagel once again demonstrates what the company means by material competence. Because the various ranges deploy precisely what Vauth-Sagel has been focused on for decades now: comprehensive expertise in its key materials – wire, steel, wood, sheet metal and plastic. All basket components crafted from these materials have been manufactured at the various Vauth-Sagel production sites and together create a complete, coherent module.

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