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The kitchen wasn't cheap, but it was worth every penny, because you get high-quality natural materials with the best craftsmanship - a kitchen for life.

Dear Mrs. Henche, dear Mr. Henche,
Thank you very much again for the perfect implementation of my dream kitchen - of course also to your capable employees!

My kitchen has become a real gem, and I enjoy it every day. Everything works and I feel very comfortable in it. I even cook more often than before. Everyone who walks in thinks the kitchen is fantastic. My way to the dream kitchen was even more difficult: I went from kitchen center to kitchen studio and again to the next and was just disappointed. Only modern UFO kitchens without charm in impossible colors (black, mud, concrete ...).

I wanted a cozy, friendly, bright country house kitchen with real wood fronts! In the country house style there were only a few models in paper mache design, but at juicy and completely non-transparent prices. And: “We cannot deliver this cabinet module in this width, so what you want there is simply not possible! But we still have a very attractive offer, but only today ... "After I had spent most of the time with the competition trying to talk the sellers out of all the things that they absolutely wanted to sell me, but which I absolutely did not want to have. I realized: It will be a carpenter's kitchen! Finally, I became aware of you through your well-stocked website. Here you can find tangible information instead of empty slogans.

For the open house I visited you in your studio and also looked at your workshop. Here there were finally real wooden kitchens to look at and to touch! Everything made a rock solid impression on me. The variety of your offer also convinced me. After a few minutes I knew: You are right here!

You gave me very friendly and expert advice. Above all, you responded to my wishes and implemented them individually and skillfully - right down to the interior of the cupboards and drawers. The limited space could be used optimally both inside and outside. Your skilled carpenters installed my kitchen with great dedication and, above all, on time. It has become a solid wood kitchen with light cassette fronts made of European maple and with brass knobs.

The worktop is made of blue quartzite. I was able to choose the raw panels myself in the large warehouse in Rossitis. I wanted to have a table and four chairs to go with it. No problem. The kitchen wasn't cheap, but it was worth every penny, because you get high-quality natural materials with the best craftsmanship - a kitchen for life. I will be happy to come back to you at the next opportunity.

A solid wood kitchen reference from Remagen (Rhineland-Palatinate)