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Quality German Kitchens
Quality German kitchens are the only kind of kitchen you really need to think about. Since the cost of them is so good, you won’t need to worry that a good – great – German kitchen will go over your budget. And since the design and quality is so good, you won’t have to worry that your budget isn’t enough to give you what you need and want from a kitchen.
Buying a German kitchen is hassle free and stress free, and that counts for a lot.
But what about the downsides to quality German kitchens? There must be some, surely? They can’t actually be perfect, can they?
Well, yes, they can.
Some people might worry about the design aspect of a German kitchen, and that is understandable. After all, German engineering is known the world over for being excellent and highly efficient, but often when the engineering and manufacturing elements of a kitchen are absolute perfection, put together with many years of experience and know how, the design can feel a little… rushed. It can feel rather last minute and not well thought out.
This is not the case with a high quality German kitchen.
With a German kitchen, the form is just as important as the function, and this is how these kitchens have such a good reputation. They look incredible and they are ideal work spaces for anyone to use exactly as they need to. And since each design is made to your specifications and your space requirements, you can have as much or as little input into the design as you want. Granite or marble work surfaces? What about a splashback? What kind of taps do you want? Should there be an island or breakfast bar in the kitchen? How many cupboards do you need, and at what height should they be? It’s all there, ready for you and your expert kitchen designer to tackle together. That’s what makes ordering a German kitchen so much fun; you can have your say and ensure that the room come together exactly as you want and need it do.
In the beginning, way back at the end of the 19th century when German kitchens were first being made, function was the main concern. But it didn’t take long to realise that it was perfectly possible – and preferable – to make working kitchens that looked great too. The Italian kitchens that were being designed at the time were all about looks, but they didn’t work too well – there was no precise engineering involved. So German kitchen designers took the best elements from Italy and added them to the engineering prowess of Germany, and created the ultimate quality kitchen.
Typical quality German kitchens employ a ‘less is more’ approach to their creation, and this is the mantra that has seen these kitchens become some of the most popular in the world.
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