Along with German kitchen brands, Italian kitchen brands have a reputation for extremely high quality. If you’re looking for an extremely classy new kitchen, perhaps you might consider one of the ultra-high-end Italian brands. These include Boffi Kitchens, for instance — but how do they compare with other Italian kitchen brands?
How do Boffi Kitchens compare in price with other Italian kitchen brands?
High quality tends to come with a price to match, and ultra-high-end Italian kitchens like Boffi Kitchens are no exception. In general, they all tend to cost much the same. A Boffi kitchen will cost you around the same as other ultra-high-end Italian brands such as Poliform, Valcucine, Pedini and Aster.
So what kind of price is this? Well, suppose you want a good sized kitchen comprising 25 units, granite, quartz, Dekton or Corian worktops, and Siemens, Miele or Gaugenau appliances. With fitting included, this is likely to cost between £50,000 and £100,000.
There are various factors that might affect whether the price is at the lower or higher end of the range. One, for instance, is the type of door finish you decide to go for. The appliances, too, vary considerably in price, and the brand you go for will also affect the final cost.
How do Boffi Kitchens compare in quality with other Italian kitchen brands?
Ultra-high-end Italian kitchen brands are pricy, but you get high quality for your money. Brands like Boffi, Poliform, Valcucine, Pedini and Aster are all built to a similar high standard, in our opinion. They’re all likely to last you a minimum of fifteen to twenty years, and quite possibly much longer.
However, there are some mid-to-high-end Italian brands that cost about half the price of a Boffi kitchen, &, in our opinion, are just as good quality. Remember that good sized 25-unit kitchen example we used before? well, If you go with one of these these brands, the cost is likely to be £30,000 – £50,000 all in, rather than £50,000 to £100,000 all in. Again, the price variation will depend on your choice of door finish and appliance brand.
How do Boffi Kitchens compare to German kitchen brands?
There are also some mid-to-high-end German kitchen brands that also cost about half the price of a Boffi kitchen &, in our opinion, are also just as good quality. Based on the same 25 unit kitchen as before, These should also cost £30,000 – £50,000 all in, rather than £50,000 – £100,000 all in.
So all you need is to know which brands these are? Well, not quite. This is because different kitchen showrooms charge different amounts for the same brand. Also, many of the best value suppliers of these brands are almost impossible to find as they don’t have websites & aren’t online.
So, how can you quickly & easily find out which these brands are & who the best value suppliers of them are? the answer is to contact us. We know the kitchen industry inside out. So, if you want to know which showrooms will offer you an Italian or German kitchen that costs about half the price of a Boffi kitchen &, in our opinion, is just as good quality, get in touch.
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For more info on Boffi kitchens. visit their website: https://www.boffi.com/en-it/