Modular kitchens are a modern kitchen design concept with the emphasis on symmetrical lines, organisation and maximising kitchen space. These are undoubtedly the key features of German kitchen design.
Maximising the space you have when designing your kitchen and making the most of what you have is important and something which German kitchens do very well. From internal drawers and pull-out mechanisms, right down to spice jar organisers. Corner unit options are also a clear example of German modular design, Le-mans corner pull-out mechanisms, for instance, means the entire corner base unit area is utilised and the two-tier pull-out mechanism brings all your utensils out to you. This way, you can easily see everything you have in what is usually hard to reach and hard to see the area.
Keeping your kitchen neat, tidy and well-organised is important in modular kitchen design. You can organise and conceal kitchenware inside the units with ease, and a great example of this are the tall, retractable door units from our Next125 range. These units stylishly conceal your kitchen appliances to achieve a tranquil, peaceful look when closed.
Sleek, minimalist and ultra-modern in look, German modular kitchens are very durable and are made from high-quality materials which means the kitchen can easily be transferred to another location if you move home. Repairs to one part of it will not be detrimental to other parts and they come with straight forward, hassle-free installation. The advantages of modular kitchen design are found in its diverse offering of space maximising units, and not forgetting the innovative but practical mechanisms and the overall scope of design flexibility.”