They’ve been household names across Europe for years, but what is it that makes German kitchens so popular here in the UK? Of course, here at Audus we live and breathe these pillars of strength, and I thought you might like a little of this insight.
Let’s tick off the obvious one. German products are world-renowned for their high quality, I’ve lost count of the times I’ve heard the comment: “You want a quality car? Go for a BMW”.
Kitchens are no different. Quality stands for reliable and durable, and most German kitchens (including ours) are rigorously tested to extremely high standards meaning they have a minimum of 15 years’ operating life.
German kitchens are unusual in that they are manufactured and assembled at the same time. This means quality can be checked before every unit leaves the warehouse: no frustrating missing parts, more rigid, robust furniture, and a shorter installation time.
The German attention to detail is at the forefront of all their kitchen design. Any challenge, problem or snag you might have with your current kitchen has already been solved with a German kitchen.
Floor to ceiling storage in a dark corner? Nailed. Concealed drawers for small appliances? You got it.
And with our team of kitchen designers at hand to understand and solve all your kitchen dilemmas, you need never feel frustrated with your kitchen’s shortcomings again.
Design and Versatility
Here’s something important to remember: German kitchens don’t produce great quality at the expense of great designs, and functionality isn’t in place of aesthetics!
Family-run business Nobilia Kitchens, in particular, has a long history of creating many beautiful and functional kitchens for their customers.
They draw on their vast experience to appeal to every taste, from state-of-the-art to traditional. They know that just as no two people are the same, neither are two kitchens.
We follow this principle with each customer so that every solution we provide is unique and perfect.
And I’m not talking canine here. Germany has possibly the most established kitchen brands in the world, and other brands have grown up and developed alongside.
What does this mean? It means this has created an industry that has a wealth, a pedigree, of age and experience, combined with all of the benefits of German engineering, focus, and innovation at the same time