Family Toledo from Zaandam

I bought the new kitchen through my wife's cousin, Michel. In the showroom we saw all kinds of materials that appealed to us. We chose a kitchen with earthy tones, both for the colors on the cabinet fronts and the color of the wall. We wanted to give the wall a concrete look and we used concrete ciré for that. We chose a worktop that fits well between these shades.

I worked in construction myself, so I took care of the preparations, such as demolishing the old kitchen. I also had some knowledge of kitchens because of my work. Ultimately, I opted for the design of a high-quality kitchen builder, from the Nolte brand.
I really wanted the wall on the left completely closed, from wall to wall. I also wanted to include the ceiling in the renovation. I wanted a quiet extraction and also a quiet exhaust, so this is all well concealed under the kitchen cabinets.

In terms of equipment, we also opted for quality. We chose the highest refrigerator available. It comes from the floor all the way to just below the ceiling. In addition, a separate cupboard with a drawer option that can slide out. Our devices can be on it. That is easy to use, and when we are not using it, you slide the drawer back and the devices are out of sight.

The collaboration with Clear Kitchen was great! It's nice to have personal contact instead of working with some big kitchen manufacturer where the salespeople are purely commission-based. At Clear Kitchen I was able to communicate directly with Michel. Whenever I had a question I could call Michel, and I was not sent from one employee to another. That was nice work, because I knew for sure that Michel would take care of things for us. Are you looking for good quality cuisine and would you like to be helped with a personal approach? And for a comparable price as with a large(er) kitchen giant? Then you have come to the right place at Clear Kitchen.