Italian kitchen brands are all high quality, built to last a long time. However, some brands, including Aster Kitchens, are considered ultra-high-end. So how do Aster Kitchens compare in price and quality to other Italian brands?
How do Aster Kitchens compare in price to other ultra-high-end Italian kitchen brands?
Italian kitchens don’t come cheap, and this is certainly true of ultra-high-end Italian brands such as Aster Kitchens. These have fairly uniform prices, though. An Aster kitchen will cost much the same as a kitchen from other ultra-high-end Italian brand such as Boffi, Poliform and Valcucine.
So what does this actually mean? Well, suppose you’re looking for a good-sized Aster kitchen, with 25 units. Then add granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, along with Siemans, Miele or Gaggenau appliances. With fitting, this would cost you between £35,000 and £70,000.
That might seem like a big variation, but the exact price will depends on several variables such as the specific door finish you want, the brand of appliances you choose & the type of worktops you want.
How do Aster Kitchens compare in price to mid-to-high-end Italian kitchen brands?
So, do you have to pay these very high prices to get an Italian kitchen this good? Not necessarily. There are some mid-to-high-end Italian kitchen brands that cost substantially less than Aster kitchens &, in our opinion, are just as good quality.
If you were to take that same 25-unit kitchen example as before, the cost in one of these brands is likely to be between £20,000 and £50,000, rather than between £35,000 and £70,000. Again, the exact price would depend on the door finishes and appliances you chose.
How do Aster Kitchens compare in price to mid-to-high-end German kitchen brands?
German and Italian kitchen brands all have very similar reputations when it comes to quality kitchens. Ultra-high-end German kitchen brands, such as SieMatic and Poggenpohl, are very similar in price and quality to Aster Kitchens.
However, just as there are much cheaper options among Italian kitchen brands, the same is true of German brands. So, again, There are some mid-to-high-end German kitchen brands that cost substantially less than an Aster kitchen &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. These would also be in the £20,000-£50,000 range for the same 25-unit kitchen examples used before.
How do you find these brands?
The fact that these bargains are out there, though, doesn’t mean they’re easy to find. There are lots of brands and even more showrooms, and only a few of them offer this quality for lower prices.
The situation is made more complicated because you probably won’t find many of the best-value showrooms online. They may not have a website at all, or it may not be optimised and doesn’t show up in Google searches.
Is there an easier way?
Yes there is. Just contact us and we’ll tell you which showrooms in your area will offer you an Italian or German kitchen that costs substantially less than an Aster kitchen &, in our opinion, is just as good quality.
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For more info on Aster kitchens. visit their website: https://www.astercucine.it/