Our Visit To Germany!

Date: 17th-18th October, 2019
Team: Sarah, Sarah Jane, Joanne, Jane & Natalie
Destination: Hanover, Germany!

Another trip to Germany… lucky us!
Every year we are invited by our suppliers and manufacturers of German engineered kitchens to visit their fabulous showroom. There are many reasons we need to make these visits, one being to keep up to date with kitchen trends; two being seeing how new innovations can allow us to design a more functional and practical kitchen for our clients.

This year we saw some amazing kitchen innovations in both our Classic and Systemat german kitchen ranges which will make for an exciting 2020 here at Alon Interiors! Some great innovations we were able to witness include more space saving concepts, which helps clients who are limited to space, pictures of these can be seen below.

We will be blogging and posting about all the new updates very soon, so keep your eyes peeled! In the mean time don’t forget you can request a brochure from us to browse our range, if you’d like to view the 2020 range please put this in the comments section on our brochure request tab. Request A Brochure .

Please don’t forget we are offering everyone who purchases a kitchen with us from now until the 31st of December a free Quooker tap! Call our showroom for more information on this fab deal!

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