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nu:projects now doing #nu kitchens!

Ready to introduce another collaboration and this one is just as exciting as the previous. With the market being budget tight at the moment, clients are having to sacrifice on some things to allow for other things in their budget when renovating their property. You do not want to go for a cheaper contractor as the job will not be completed to as high a standard. Therefore, some sacrifices include cutting out certain interior fittings for example, not spending as much in the kitchen or bathroom appliances have to be done.

We were recently approached by Nobilia kitchen supplier, Marco Stocchetti. He showed us that bespoke made kitchens, individualised, and high quality made, could be achieved for a fraction of the price with the Nobilia kitchens he sells. Nobilia kitchens sit at around £10,000 to £15,000 for a full kitchen refurbishment.

Individualising and delivering high quality kitchens from Germany for a percentage of the price, the kitchens are manufactured in Germany on one of the largest manufacturing sites in the world. Every piece used and installed has been quality tested for 15 years of wear and tear through the industry’s highest intensive testing.

Like us here at nu:projects, Marco gives an end to end service from design to installation, guiding customers through the entire process. With very similar business beliefs, the collaboration is perfect in adjoining our forces to aid clients more in choosing their dream kitchens. Quality is key – in customer service and product.

If looking for a new kitchen #nu can now supply that need, whether renovating your entire property or just the kitchen. The Nobilia range, is majorly modern in design with clean lines, clearly structured architectural features and smooth surfaces. Materials include steel, slate, metals and concrete, darker colours being the forerunning compendiums. However, if you are in to the more traditional style, Nobilia do cater for such. With their collections ‘York’, ‘Flair’ and ‘Sylt’ shaker-esque style doors and detail is incorporated in the cabinetry and softer materials like wood are used.