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Making Change

Poggenpohl continues to reinvent the kitchen.
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Even if you don’t have a Poggenpohl kitchen, you’re cooking under the influence of the distinguished, revolutionary brand. Back in 1892, Friedemir Poggenpohl of Bielefeld, Germany, set out with one simple goal: To improve the kitchen. Over the years, their innovative concepts helped pave the way for the emergence of the modern kitchen.

Today, Poggenpohl is a leading luxury kitchen-cabinet brand with 35 design showrooms in the U.S. displaying the latest European designs in both traditional and contemporary styles. Poggenpohl brings function, flexibility, and accessibility that are custom-fitted to the exact millimeters of your kitchen dimensions. They offer more than 70 cabinet fronts in finishes from glass and wood to laminates and lacquers.

Dallas showroom manager Jennifer Fordham is excited about Poggenpohl’s new polar white finish and walnut veneer, which are proving popular locally as kitchens move toward more neutral tones. Fordham is also a fan of the new core Ash wood veneer, the expressive grain pattern of which pairs magnificently with their Sand Grey matte lacquer cabinetry.

For more than a century, clients have come to Poggenpohl for their revolutionary products. But clients can also count on exceptional customer
service—not only while they’re in the store, but for the lifetime of their kitchen.

poggenpohl.com

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