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So what is the difference between the kitchen specialty store or the well-known furniture mall kitchen stores?

So what is the difference between the kitchen specialty store or the well-known furniture mall kitchen stores?

This is a question that is answered as soon as you enter our design studio. With us no 25 cubicles with kitchens of €30,000, but now for €15,999, - We do have four beautiful kitchen setups and one large spacious work table in the middle of our studio on which to work. That is also all that is needed except for the many samples and material samples, of course. Our portfolio on our website speaks for itself, and our view of kitchens is different from the 13-in-a-dozen kitchen salesmen you find in the average furniture store. Salespeople who mostly still work on an average base salary and high commission. Commissions that you as a customer end up paying yourself and why most of those types of kitchen stores are all about the signature. At the kitchen specialty store, often a single-establishment business, it's all about making beautiful kitchens. We are happy to leave our signature with you, so we are happy to visit your home so we can assess the space first before working together to create your design. By asking different questions and showing more interest in your needs, we find that selling the kitchen often comes naturally and you, the customer, also find buying a kitchen a very enjoyable process. The kitchen specialist also does not make a price circus out of it by first offering the kitchen very high in price and then giving a so-called very "high discount." Surely that is actually asking to be misled. We immediately give a transparent good offer and often you will then see that it is very well competitive compared to the big furniture mall kitchen stores. Another advantage, of course, is the after process; even at the kitchen specialty store, things can sometimes go wrong. You then always have contact with your designer or, as in our case, the owner of the store, who personally comes to check the kitchen with you after assembly and immediately notes what, if anything, needs to be delivered after. No discussions afterwards with a service person or customer service. Surely the bottom line is that buying a kitchen from A to Z at a kitchen store is much more personal. The beauty remains, of course, that you decide entirely for yourself what suits you best, and who knows, maybe we'll see you with us.

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