4 Luxury Kitchen Brands that Add Value to your New Build or Remodel Project

When it comes to remodeling your client’s kitchen or picking appliances for a new build, it’s important to choose a brand that not only looks great but adds value to the home. Obviously stainless steel appliances can do the trick, but depending on the location and potential home value, having the right brand of appliances would add value to the project. Here are four kitchen brands that are known to add value to a home:

  1. Sub-Zero – Sub-Zero is a high-end appliance brand that has been in business for nearly 80 years. Their refrigerators, freezers, and wine coolers are built with precision and quality in mind, and they come in a variety of sizes and styles to fit any kitchen. Sub-Zero appliances are known for their durability and reliability, and they are a popular choice among luxury builders, interior designers and homebuyers.
  2. Wolf – It’s all about the red knobs! Wolf is a subsidiary brand to Sub-Zero, and they specialize in ranges, ovens, and cooktops. Their appliances are known for their red knobs, innovative features, sleek designs, and exceptional performance. Wolf appliances are often found in luxury homes, and they are a strong selling point for homeowners who want a high-end kitchen.
  3. Viking – Viking is a brand that is known for its professional-grade appliances, including ranges, cooktops, and refrigerators. Their appliances are built to last and are designed to withstand heavy use. Viking appliances are often found in high-end homes and are a popular choice for homeowners who want a professional-grade kitchen.
  4. Miele – Miele is a German appliance brand that specializes in high-end dishwashers, ovens, and cooktops. Their appliances are known for their sleek designs, advanced technology, and energy efficiency. Miele appliances are a popular choice among homeowners who want a modern and sophisticated kitchen.

Again, location and home value matters when picking a luxury brand if you are looking to add value to your project. Are there any other factors I’m missing here? When building or renovating, do you think about what luxury appliance brand you will be adding? I would love to know your thoughts.

Shaun Ayala

Kitchen & Bath Marketer – Pacific Sales/Best Buy