Sunday, July 21, 2013

Poggenpohl - Timeless Beauties

What is it about these Dreamy Kitchens ! ?  
Ahhhh Poggenpohl one does Modern Kitchens like this .

The new +EDITION collection from Poggenpohl combines classic details with modern appeal. This innovative kitchen design features natural walnut wood veneer along with white lacquer cabinetry, available in flat panel or thin frame detail door styles. New black glass upper wall cabinets include the same thin frame details with finished interiors and LED lighting.

When Friedemir Poggenpohl founded the company in 1892, he wanted "to make the kitchen better". 2012 marked the company's 120th anniversary, making it the world’s oldest kitchen brand. During this time the company set major milestones. In 1950, Poggenpohl was the first kitchen manufacturer to present the fitted kitchen. Driven by the power to innovate, it was in 1960 that the company launched the first solid-wood kitchen and in 1967 the kitchen "must": the kitchen island.

Poggenpohl now offers its customers the largest choice of colors and materials that has ever been available in the company’s history. This is where Poggenpohl places emphasis on wooden fronts that give the kitchen a warm and classy look. The new wooden fronts are available in framed and unframed natural walnut and natural ash heartwood. These wooden fronts cut a particularly attractive figure in combination with the latest color shades of "blossom white", "polar white", "sand", "pebble grey", "sand grey", "terra" or "black". The new color diversity is available in the form of direct coating as well as various lacquered finishes.

If you are looking for top of the line functional kitchen cabinets, these timeless beauties are for you.   They are innovative and ahead of their time.   But don't just take it from me, go to your local showroom and open every drawer , see the fabulous finishes, accessories and fine details yourself.  These Kitchens are worth the pretty penny.  There's a reason why Poggenpohl has been around for over 120 years! 

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