If you’re looking for a high-quality kitchen, you’ll almost certainly consider a German kitchen. German kitchens are a byword for quality, but they’re not the cheapest kitchens. This means you’ll want to make sure you’re getting value for money. So, how do nobilia Kitchens compare with other German brands?
How do nobilia Kitchens compare in price?
In general, German kitchen brands are expensive, reflecting their quality. In fact, in the long run they’re not as expensive as they might seem, since they’ll last a very long time. A German kitchen is likely to last at least fifteen to twenty years, while a cheaper one may need replacing after as little as five years.
Having said that, nobilia Kitchens are one of the cheapest German brands. There are a few others that cost similar, but most cost more.
How do nobilia Kitchens compare in quality?
The reason for the high prices of German kitchens is their quality. Generally speaking, the quality is very similar across the brands, and there are good reasons for this. Most German brands buy their components from the same high quality suppliers, creating a high level of uniformity.
nobilia Kitchens are no exception to this rule, despite being one of the cheapest brands. This means there’s no reason why a nobilia kitchen shouldn’t last as long as a kitchen from any other German brand.
How do nobilia Kitchens compare in terms of specification?
nobilia kitchens are similar in specification to some German brands. However, other’s offer a higher specification.
So what does this mean? Well, for example, Nobilia Kitchens only offer one interior colour, white. The problem with this is that if you buy a dark kitchen, such as black, dark grey, dark blue or dark green, a white interior will look cheap. In contrast, some brands offer a number of interior colours to choose from including dark grey and/or black. So, if you buy a dark kitchen, you can have a dark interior which looks a lot more up-market than white.
The pictures below show how much nicer dark kitchens look with dark interiors rather than white.
Price wise, most of the brands that offer several interior colours cost between 5% and 15% more than Nobilia. However, there are some brands that cost similar to Nobilia. So, if you’re buying a dark coloured kitchen, these are worth considering.
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