• Mark Siddall

“How long will a SieMatic kitchen last?”

As you can imagine, I get asked A LOT about kitchens. Colours, styles, sizes, fashions, the list goes on and on...

Not that I’m complaining – there’s little I enjoy more than a good chat about the latest extractor fans, what’s trending in the world of cupboard doors and which grade of wood is all the rage.

And this week, I thought I’d focus on a specific question that we get asked very frequently.

It’s an important question. After all, a kitchen isn’t the kind of thing that you pop to the shops and purchase on a whim – it’s a considerable investment, and as such, it’s vital to consider what your return on that investment is going to be.

How long is it going to last? Will it still be standing (and relevant) in 10 years?

As you might know, at M R Kitchen design, we supply SieMatic kitchens, and there’s a very specific reason why.

They last. And there are two main reasons for that:

World Class Engineering

The top-quality German engineering in a SieMatic kitchen means that they last for a very long time – every element is made from high-quality materials, with precise and expert workmanship – these aren’t cobbled together in 5 minutes with shoddy ingredients. They’re a genuine work of art.

Plus, because SieMatic subject all their products to controls and testing throughout the manufacturing process, everything that comes to us has been quality controlled to the nth degree.

Timeless, Elegant Design

It’s one thing saying that a kitchen is going to last, and another thing entirely to hope that it does. It’s common for people to regret their kitchen choice when fashion and trends change, but with SieMatic, their timeless design hasn’t aged; not since the 60s when they invented the handle-less kitchen, and not today.

The timeless elegance and precision engineering of a SieMatic kitchen will see you enjoying it for years to come, they really are built – and designed – to last.

To talk to us about our SieMatic range, just hit reply…




M R Kitchen design covers the following Amersham, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, High Wycombe, Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Giles, Chesham, Chorleywood, Penn, Hazelmere, WooBurn Green, Cookham, Stoke Poges, High Wycombe, Iver, Marlow, Watford, Winchmore Hill, Gerrards Cross, Tring, Apsley, Farnham Common, Farnham Royal, Thame, Princes Risborough, Tring, Berkhamstead, Hemel Hempstead, Wendover, Buckinghamshire, Oxford and London, Abingdon, Benson, Wallingford, Watlington.