Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Differences between German and American Kitchen Industries

German Kitchens have been dominant in the manufacturer market for decades. Although Americans have excelled in other ways such as fast food & muscle cars - Germans have found their specialty in kitchen design. German Kitchen Center has been a full service European-style kitchen company that features kitchen brands like Leicht, Nobilia & Team 7. 


Leight German Kitchen 
For example, Leicht Kitchens got their start back in 1928. Having a long history has given them plenty of time to grow, improve and rapidly become one of the most well-known kitchen brands to date. A Leight kitchen will offer lasting value. It expresses ones individuality and personality and allows for a luxurious quality of life. It exudes the power of innovation and contemporary aesthetics, based on principles of architecture and function. Its specific draw to detail and high flexibility always makes for a satisfied customer. 

German Kitchen Brands have changed the way people look at their kitchens. From removing handles for a more sleek design or creating button-controlled adjustable counter tops for easy access, they have helped influence brands all over the world. Something that may seem as simple as a removing a handle has become the talk of design blogs and magazines. German kitchens have practically been one of the originators of the minimalist look that most people seem to be desiring in this modern world.

“If people in the U.S. see a German kitchen, they feel it’s very futuristic,” says Mayan Metzler, of German Kitchen Center. That may be because German design innovations are often technology-driven. For example, Team 7 Kitchen's lift technology has almost noiseless operation and is GS-certified (Gepr├╝fte Sicherheit - "Tested Safety").

If you are considering a kitchen remodel, don't look any further. Incorporate the technology and innovative, modern design of a German Kitchen. 

We invite you to visit one of German Kitchen Center’s kitchen showrooms to experience first-hand the state-of-the-art quality and precision engineering of a German kitchen and meet with one of our kitchen designers. 

To learn more about our kitchens or schedule a free design consultation, call the German Kitchen Center at (888)209-5240.

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