Buying a German Kitchen in Ealing
Can I buy a German Kitchen without breaking my bank?
German kitchens are sleek, precise and of high quality. Generally, they are also expensive. What if we told you that you can design a stylish and trendy German kitchen on a budget?
When it comes to designing a kitchen there are two main points to consider. The first is cost, the second is the actual design and what you expect the outcome to be. Designing a kitchen has many moving parts and elements to consider. Besides cabinetry, when you start adding up the costs associated with installation, appliances, worktops, tiles and add-ons, the cost rapidly grows out of control.
When you’re in the market for a German kitchen, there are certain shortcuts you can take that will give you the look you want, without the paying the premium price. But before that you really need to find out the answers of these questions.
Courtesy: Hacker Kitchens – Systemat range
What Makes A German Kitchen Different?
Like anything of high quality, the devil is in the detail. On the surface, any newly installed kitchen will look impressive, but the difference in quality comes from the manufacturing processes, workmanship and grade of materials. These different elements combine to ensure longevity after years of usage, which is the key to where a good quality kitchen differs from a cheaper alternative.
How can I get a quality kitchen worktop on a budget?
The selection of your worktops can be a deciding factor as to whether your budget German kitchen design fails or succeeds. As for finishes, a good quality worktop is not only practical but will enhance the look of the entire kitchen. Granite and quartz surfaces are very good investments, however strong composites, which imitate their characteristics and shine, are substantially less expensive.
Which German kitchen cabinets should I buy?
You’d be surprised at the quality of cabinets you can purchase on a budget. However, some German brands are real premium and starts from £50k plus, yes £50k plus. Bulthaup Kitchens and PoggenPohl are one of the expensive German Kitchens. Do some research or follow our blogs which German manufacturer is best for your budget. Here is the list of some German Kitchen manufacturers for you.
Here is the list of Few Top German Kitchen Retailers in Ealing
The Kitchen Shoppe is well-established family-run business since 1985 and has multiple Kitchen and Bathroom Showrooms in Richmond, Harrow, Ealing, Marylebone & Barnet with very strong customer-base all over London and outside. Kitchen Shoppe is really popular for their exciting Kitchen deals and appliances offers. Due to multiple showrooms they sale in volume and this the edge they have on their competitors. Kitchen Shoppe offer wide range of German and Italian Kitchens including Hacker, Nobilia, Scavolini, Doimo Kitchens.
2. InToto Kitchens
InToto Kitchens is based on St Mary’s Road and one of the Luxury Kitchen Showrooms in Ealing. They also have 16 other branches nationwide. InToto Kitchens is franchise model so technically one Kitchen showroom service might be completely different to others. InToto has its on suppliers of Kitchens.
3. Ebstone Kithens
Ebstone Kitchens are based on northfield avenue in ealing and offer Nobilia and Nolte Kitchens.