020 7731 4466

555 kings road london sw6 2eb

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Eggersmann Design takes pride in being different. We create functionally beautiful and technically outstanding kitchens and bespoke joinery using the most modern techniques and luxurious materials. Attention to detail is paramount to our design approach where our ethos is to create every kitchen as individual as its owner.

Eggersmann Design is the flagship London showroom for eggersmann Kitchens of Germany, a company famous for being one of the world’s oldest family owned kitchen brands, now in its 4th generation. Schmalenbach Design of Germany produce our bespoke joinery enabling us to create bespoke media and living room cabinetry to perfectly compliment our kitchens and provide bespoke built-in and walk-in wardrobes systems. The marriage between these two factories and their close co-ordination enable us to deliver whole home projects with our signature style.

Our showroom on Kings Road will take you on a journey and highlight the many possibilities these two brands offer and how we harmoniously bring them together. You will be able to see first-hand our clever storage and organisation solutions, beautiful natural materials, intricate details and smart home integration systems.

 

Sustainability

FSC is the world's best known and comprehensive certification system for responsable forestry. FSC internationally prevents overexploitation, protects rare species and prevents infringements of human rights. The basis of the FSC is the certification of forests according to internationally standardised criteria. In these criteria FSC gives an equal weighting to the economic, environmental and social requirements on wood as a resource. Annual inspections of all certified operations both in the forest and in the downstream industries ensure the highest degree of credibility and transparency. 


For this reason the FSC is the only forestry certification system that is supported by both environmental and social organizations and by the forestry and wood-working industries.