By focusing on your needs, Schmidt has developed "Evolution 130", the new-generation kitchen – a smarter kitchen 2.0 with an extra
drawer in response to the needs of today's consumers: Ergonomics, Functionality and Design.
6 cm more = one drawer more at no extra cost
For more storage space: 33 % more storage area and up to 66 % more storage space with the internal drawer option
available for all our pull-out pan drawers.
6 cm more = fewer backaches
Forget your backaches and enjoy preparing your meals at a height that allows you to stand up straight.
6 cm more = more balance
Evolution 130 is all about base and wall units in balanced proportions and with symmetrical lines and volumes.
Exclusive to Schmidt. Shift up a gear with a collection of units built specially to your
dimensions, so they fit snugly into your available space and offer optimal storage.
The width of our collection of pull-out drawer base units and wall units can be adapted to make optimal use of your space.
Our beautiful Opti'Line cabinets stretch all the way from the floor to the ceiling and are available in any width required. Say goodbye to dusty cupboard tops and stow away anything you want in the new storage space. A real bonus at no extra cost... to make optimal use of every millimetre of space!
Magic? No. Logic. By using the service spaces that are found behind every unit, Schmidt gains precious centimetres. While they are very useful for leaving enough room for pipes etc, these spaces are wasted when they are left empty. And this is often the case.
When surface space is limited, storage space can be optimised by choosing extra-deep units. With the 70 cm deep base units in the Jumbo collection, Schmidt offers the largest volumes available on the market. 12 cm larger than the standard, with plenty of room to store everything and a significantly larger worktop. You will be impressed when you see them in your Schmidt showroom. And we've increased the depth of Jumbo’s wall units from 35 cm to 47 cm. The deepest on the market. Ideal for small kitchens, where you need to store large plates in high wall units.