Sam Haughton

Clever, sleek and mod­u­lar, IMO’s kitchens are devel­oped here in New Zealand.

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The ‘KXN’ mod­u­lar kitchen sys­tem is designed to give you the free­dom to per­son­alise your kitchen lay­out, what­ever the size or bud­get. The free­stand­ing fur­ni­ture el­e­ments pro­vide a more subtle aes­thetic than traditional built-in cab­i­netry. El­e­gant and un­ob­tru­sive, ‘KXN’ unites with its sur­round­ings.

Shortcut to a new kitchen

The pre-con­fig­ured mod­ules are avail­able in three widths and four depths for easy plan­ning. Select the mod­ules and ar­range them to suit us­ing IMO’s plan­ning tool.

Water-lov­ing and warp-free

The pow­der-coated metal frames and fronts are avail­able in a select range of hard-wear­ing, matte colours. Hu­mid­ity, water and heat resistant and MDF-free – they won’t swell or warp.

Frame­work for change

‘KXN’ is eas­ily added to, retro-fit­ted with ac­ces­sories, draw­ers and cup­boards, or re­con­fig­ured to meet new needs.


‘KXN’ ac­com­mo­dates bench­tops, ap­pli­ances, sinks and taps, both old and new. IMO has a face­plate for those ap­pli­ances that don’t fit seam­lessly into the mod­ule.

De­tails, de­tails

IMO plan­ners en­sure your kitchen is exactly right for you, right down to the pre­cisely en­gi­neered de­tails.

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