Exquisite material, exacting details and versatile functional pieces. These are three key components that make up any Rempp Kitchen.
Founded by Ernest Rempp in 1930, Rempp were a part of a pioneering generation of German kitchen manufacturers who invited the concept of a fitted kitchen in the 1950’s. By creating and improving kitchen styles which are all about minimal, smooth and clean designs, customers today have endless possibilities when choosing a luxury German Kitchen.
Are you looking for a particular kitchen style different to the traditional look? Kitchenality have written a great guide on three luxury German kitchen styles, all created by Rempp
Three Luxury German Kitchen Styles By Rempp
Three main styles allow for adding personality into the kitchen to ensure that it is exactly right for you, the space available and to remain in keeping with the style of your home and the way you live your life. Clever design enables fluid connections between highly functional cooking areas and living and eating spaces with as much or as little high-tech equipment as desired.
A more traditional style of kitchen combining the old with the new. Panelled doors create a softer look and creative elements can be integrated to blend with architectural features. Specialist engineering makes this style different from a handmade kitchen because it maximises every centimetre of space as units are taller than standard and the plinth slightly lower. The ergonomic benefits from this design are most beneficial.
A highly individual space that can integrate all modern amenities but remain in keeping with a classic home. Comfortable and noble the Shaker oozes warm welcome and may keep you lingering long after the cooking has finished.
Streamlined and pure the minimalist kitchen prioritises the kitchen itself rather than accoutrements. A high degree of lacquer, gloss or velvety matt mixed with veneer oak or slate bids a soft focus on the eye. Handle-less, beveled edges and reflective surfaces lead to tranquil, unobtrusive kitchens. Modern comfort with an elegant look.
Generous working spaces in genuine oak veneer or a wood look create a warm, natural look with scope for adding personality. Texture is the keystone for this style. Textured paint in a mix of fresh colours as individual as people can be – fresh and bold or subtle and understated. A mix of open and closed elements can make the kitchen unconventional or more traditional.
Are you looking for the perfect German Kitchen style?
Whether you’ve got a big idea or need some inspiration, take a look in our Arighi Bianchi showroom and let Kitchenality turn an idea into reality. Kitchenality specialise in the design, installation of quality, cutting-edge German Kitchens by Rempp
Why not pop in and say hello, or we can talk about your ideas over a coffee. Come visit our showroom at Arighi Bianchi, The Silk Road, Macclesfield, SK10