If you’re looking for a high-end kitchen, the chances are you’re going to investigate the German kitchen brands. Not all German brands have the same reputation, though. While they’re all considered high-end, some are regarded as ultra-high-end brands — including BAX Kitchens. So how do BAX Kitchens measure up against other German kitchen brands?
How do BAX Kitchens compare with other ultra-high-end German kitchen brands?
Generally speaking, ultra-high-end German kitchens come with a very high price tag, and BAX Kitchens are no exception. Their prices are similar to other comparable brands, such as SieMatic, bulthaup and Poggenpohl.
So, how much do they cost. Well, for a typical large 25 unit kitchen, including granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances and fitting, expect to pay between £50,000 to £100,000. The exact cost will depend on your choice of door finish and appliance brand.
So that’s the comparison in terms of price, but how do BAX Kitchens match SieMatic, bulthaup or Poggenpohl in quality? All these brands maintain very high standards, and in our opinion BAX offers a very similar quality to the others. There’s no doubt that you’ll get a great kitchen if you buy BAX — but is it the best deal?
How do BAX Kitchens compare with mid-high-end German kitchen brands?
The question is, do you really have to pay these prices for a very high quality German kitchen? Fortunately, the answer is no, if you know where to look. It’s possible to find a German kitchen that costs substantially less &, in our opinion, is just as good quality as a BAX kitchen.
So, what’s the difference in price? well, for the same large 25-unit kitchen, including granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, Siemens, Miele or Gaggenau appliances and fitting, is likely to cost £25,000-£50,000 in one of these brands. As before, the exact price will depend on what door finish and appliance brand you select.
But how do you find where these bargains are hidden without resorting to spells from Hogwarts? Quite apart from finding the right brands, the showroom you choose can make a big difference. Each showroom applies a different mark-up to the manufacturer’s price, so look for the ones with the smallest margins.
You need someone with a wand that reveals kitchen showroom, and that’s exactly what we have. We spent many years supplying showrooms up and down the country, and so we know what each offers and how much they charge. So, we’ll find you a German kitchen that costs substantially less than a BAX kitchen &, in our opinion, is just as good quality.
Our FREE service recommends the best value German kitchen showrooms. Some of which cost similar to the high street chains & trade only suppliers.
For more information on BAX Kitchens, visit their website: https://www.bax-kuechen.de/en/