Blum’s LEGRABOX drawer systems are recognised for being sophisticated, simple and slim. With straight drawer sides of just 12.8mm, the box system impresses thanks to its clear contours, parallel drawer side design and accent lines.
LEGRABOX is available in two options: LEGRABOX pure or LEGRABOX free. LEGRABOX pure is superior in both quality and design, and is an elegant solution for drawers and pull-outs. LEGRABOX free offers the freedom to individualise the design of pull-outs, regardless of the material selected. Its design elements pair beautifully with the drawer side and add a touch of luxury. LEGRABOX pure can easily be combined with LEGRABOX free to suit a range of requirements and tastes. Both options — LEGRABOX pure with seamless sides and LEGRABOX free with design or glass elements — blend harmoniously into any living area, creating a coherent look across kitchens, bedrooms, living rooms and bathrooms.
LEGRABOX is not only visually pleasing, it is also backed by impressive performance. It features impressive carrying capacity and stability for high front drawers. The innovative runner system offers ease of use with minimal opening forces and a synchronised smooth-running action. Even when extended and fully loaded, the drawer will still open and close as it should, assuring maximum stability and low sag values. The high dynamic carrying capacity of 40kg and 70kg provides stable storage solutions for items such as those larger pots and pans or heavy bottles.
For an improved experience, pair LEGRABOX drawers with the latest motion technology from Blum to allow your drawers to move and close effortlessly. This will ensure your furniture is easier to operate, and will also provide a higher level of practicality and comfort.
Available in Silk White, Terra Black, Orion Grey and Anti-Fingerprint Stainless Steel as well as a range of different heights, LEGRABOX drawer systems from Blum can be integrated beautifully into any space throughout the home.
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Originally featured in Kitchens & Bathrooms Quarterly, Issue 27, Vol 1.