Everything in store for your new kitchen

There's no need to traipse around town comparing appliances and products Kitchen Things brings together all the top European brands under one roof
View of a Kitchen Things showroom which features interior design, gray, black, white
View of a Kitchen Things showroom which features top European brands.

Just as mobile phone, computer and home theatre technology seems to surge ahead in leaps and bounds, so too does kitchen appliance technology. Intelligent design is changing the look of kitchens and the way we prepare and cook food and it's all for the better.

Kitchen Things can put you in touch with all the latest developments, so your new kitchen is future-proofed for years to come. With 11 stores nationwide, including a new store in Newmarket, Auckland, Kitchen Things brings together all the appliances and products you need so you can make informed comparisons. Most stores display more than 300 models.

Director Kane Langdon says the stores carry all the top European brands, including Smeg, Miele, Bosch, Asko and Liebherr. Several leading brands, such as Baumatic and Viking, are distributed exclusively by Kitchen Things.

"We work closely with both leading appliance importers and kitchen designers to chase down new international trends, so we can showcase the very latest in design and technology for the kitchen and laundry," Langdon says. "The new technology includes induction cooktops, condenser dryers, steam ovens, pyrolytic self-cleaning ovens, in-built espresso machines, fully integrated refrigeration and advanced sensor control rangehoods.


View of a Kitchen Things showroom which features countertop, floor, flooring, granite, kitchen, product design, white
View of a Kitchen Things showroom which features top European brands.

"We have also taken care to select only reliable, high-quality brands from companies that stand by their products with prompt service and spare parts support."

Langdon says Kitchen Things' in-store consultants make recommendations based on clients' lifestyles and preferences. Factors that influence appliance choice include space, budget and personal needs.

Not surprisingly, given the scope of the Kitchen Things business, the company has very large sales volumes and massive buying power. Langdon says this allows savings to be passed on to customers.

In addition to the new Auckland store in Newmarket, Kitchen Things has stores in Whangarei, Mairangi Bay, Mt Eden, Botany, Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin. A new store is shortly to open in Nelson.

View of a Kitchen Things showroom which features countertop, floor, flooring, kitchen, white, gray
View of a Kitchen Things showroom which features top European brands.

The company is also about to launch an updated version of its website.

"The website has been designed to be a knowledge library everything you could wish to know about kitchen technology is right at your fingertips," says Langdon.

For details, contact Kitchen Things, phone 0800 002 120. Or visit the website: www.kitchenthings.co.nz.

Aug 28, 2009
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