Kutchenhaus debuts first U.S. showroom in Miami

Miami — German kitchen retailer, Kutchenhaus, has launched its first U.S. showrooms in Doral and midtown Miami, near the Design District. Kutchenhaus, under the ownership of Nobilia—the world's largest kitchen manufacturer renowned for its award-winning German-designed furniture—is making its mark stateside.

With over 80 locations worldwide, Kutchenhaus delivers its blend of craftsmanship and design solutions to American consumers and interior designers.

The brand offers customizable solutions tailored to individual preferences, budgets, and spatial requirements. Highlighted features include modern and transitional styles, a variety of colors, lacquer finishes, handle and handleless options, integrated lighting, and accessories. 

The kitchens boast advanced technologies such as soft-close drawers, space-saving corner units, integrated counter outlets, and progressive door hinges. Products are available in three ergonomically friendly standard heights to meet personal needs and preferences.

"We are thrilled to introduce Kutchenhaus to the vibrant Miami community," said Stefan Segadlo, showroom manager at Kutchenhaus Doral. "Our showroom not only features the finest German-designed furniture for modern living but also provides expert design services by experienced professionals. Whether you're seeking clever storage solutions or personalized system furniture, Kutchenhaus ensures every piece combines beautiful design with smart functionality at an affordable price range."

Spanning 3,800 square feet, the Kutchenhaus showroom in Doral showcases kitchen and bathroom displays, home offices, TV lounge areas, and closet solutions. A grand 'pre-opening' event held last month welcomed over 100 guests who enjoyed live music, drinks, and food prepared by well-known Miami chef, Thierry Isambert.


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