Top 10 German Kitchen Brands

German kitchens leading the world with their precision and modern design. At the start of the 19th century, German Kitchens industry began and from that time forward, they continue to provide clean and high-quality kitchens both domestically and thankfully, internationally too.

What Exactly are German Kitchens?

Ultra-modern and streamlined in style, German built kitchens are as much known for their aesthetics as they are for their quality. They are widely known for their ergonomics and attention to detail – giving off a feel of solidarity and high quality to their customers. They also incorporate a multitude of functional design features that make working in the kitchen a dream.

Are German Kitchens Worth it?

If you’re thinking of investing in a bespoke fitted kitchen, you need to make sure that your money will be well spent, and that your kitchen will still serve you well after a few years. So with a German Kitchen, you won’t be disappointed with the quality and design they offer and here’s why:

So, if you’re thinking of incorporating a German Kitchen in your home, we give you the top 10 German Kitchen brands that will give you the best value for money.

We start with our own long-term manufacturing partner:

Founded in 1966 by Otto Schüller, the company started as a humble carpenter’s workshop and now has been at the top 5 in the industry. They now manufacture over 130,000 kitchens every year in Herrieden in Franconia, each one is tailored according to customer requests.

Schüller is also PEFC certified, meaning that their wood comes from responsibly managed sources. All factories are heated entirely by the company’s own waste wood, and packaging materials are produced and disposed of in an eco-friendly way

They provide unrivalled support and have effectively protected us and our customers from any disruption and costs caused by Brexit: Schüller Letter.

Nolte Küchen is the second largest kitchen brand in Germany. It stands for quality, innovative ideas, and excellent value for money. They provide sleek and modern designs, with many exciting ranges and countless options to choose from, Nolte Kitchens represent highly engineered German quality at its best.

In 1922, SieMatic began making kitchen “dressers,” which were something like china hutches. It produced its first full kitchen in 1953, made of Japanese elm. Today the company makes three kitchen lines: Pure, Classic, and Urban that suits their customer. Since the founding of their family business in 1929, SieMatic’s idea is to develop exemplary kitchens.

SieMatic provides solutions for contemporary kitchen spaces that are to be enjoyed and shared. From the latest designs and colours to innovative storage solutions, SieMatic creates the perfect kitchen for your home.

Bulthaup is a German kitchen manufacturer headquartered in Aich, Bodenkirchen. For almost 70 years, Bulthaup has been developing products for people. Combining engineering skills with aesthetics, this family business manufactures kitchens with a passion for detail and a love of authentic materials.

The name LEICHT stands for lasting value, durability and aesthetic quality. Established for 80 years, LEICHT  designs beautifully bespoke German kitchens in modern and contemporary styles. They provide kitchens that are excellent value for money.

With 80 years of experience in the Kitchen Market, Bauformat has been one of the leading kitchen brands in Germany. Quality guaranteed they believe their products of tomorrow should not only be modern but also sustainable and durable.

The name HÄCKER KÜCHEN stands for reliability, progressiveness, and quality at fair prices. Founded by Friedrich Hacker as joinery in 1938, manufactures modern fitted kitchens, which meet the highest requirements regarding quality, functionality, durability and design.

For over 120 years, Poggenpohl has continued to ‘improve the kitchen’, transforming it from a humble backroom into a living space that’s at the heart of the home.

Started by Albert Nothdurft in his hometown of Wangen in 1927. German-manufactured kitchens soon became popular around the world and in 1969, ALNO began to expand and now export their products.

The company started when they produce sewing cabinets and occasional furniture in a rented hall in 1945 and now they manufacture different kitchen styles – from handleless kitchens to cottage style kitchens to contemporary fitted kitchens.

Where can I buy German kitchen from?

If you want to invest in a German kitchen, there’s no better place to start your search than in KitchenSMART

At KitchenSMART we focus on kitchen design and excellent customer service. We help you find the right kitchen design and style solution for you and your home For new kitchens, these are made to order, i.e. not flat packed or ‘off the shelf’ by our supplier, Schüller in Germany.

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