Kitchens for A New Decade

The concept

Reform is a Danish design company specializing in kitchens. Aiming to make great design accessible to a wide audience, while pushing the boundaries of the kitchen industry, our collaborations with internationally acclaimed architects and designers are future-facing, culturally curious and motivated by creating better, people-centered kitchen spaces.

The process for your new kitchen

The process starts out with the basic elements from IKEA’s kitchen series; the next step is adding Reform’s architect-designed fronts and countertops; and the final outcome is a kitchen that combines time-honored craftsmanship with uncluttered, modern aesthetics and carefully considered functionality designed for everyday living.

Get your new Reform kitchen in four simple steps

1. Plan and measure your kitchen

What should be in your kitchen and where should it be positioned? If you need any advice in figuring out what your new kitchen should look like, we would be very happy to help you with your plans.

2. Get the IKEA cabinets

Visit an IKEA store or go to www.ikea.com. The professional consultants at IKEA will advise you in how to best use the space in your kitchen and find the cabinets that fit your needs. Don’t forget to order the hinges from IKEA when you buy the cabinets. Are you already the owner of an IKEA kitchen? Then all you have to do is replace your IKEA fronts with Reform designs.

3. Choose your Reform-design

Find your favorite kitchen design here on our webpage, and then measure your countertop. Note that in some cases you will need a particular size for the toe kicks or other elements. Send us your selections along with the IKEA order and work drawings.

4. Delivery and mounting

We will deliver your fronts to your doorstep within 10–14 weeks after you place your order. All the fronts are prepared for mounting; the only things you need to install are the hinges, and after that the new fronts click easily onto the cabinets. You will also have to adjust/fit cover panels and toe kicks, when you are installing the kitchen. Countertops are cut to fit; you just need to tighten them to the cabinets.

Quality and convenience

Reform offers a smart way to build an affordable kitchen with a handmade feel and quality. With a dedicated focus on durable, high-quality materials, our designs follow timeless and modern principles. They are modular, making them optimized for production and convenience – and endlessly compatible with kitchens of all sizes.

IKEA

When it comes to value for money and a user-friendly installation framework, IKEA delivers unsurpassed quality due to their large production volume, which enables them to offer excellent and durable kitchen elements in a low price range. We also offer affordable updates to IKEA kitchens, which have already been installed. Our designs give them an upgraded, timeless look and a new lease on life. Finally, we offer adjustable fronts for IKEA PAX wardrobes and GODMORGON bathroom cupboards.

About Reform

Reform is based in Copenhagen and was founded by Jeppe Christensen and Michael Andersen in 2014. Jeppe holds a Master’s DEGREE in Marketing and Economics and is a former partner in a carpentry and design business. Michael is an engineer and former employee at Bjarke Ingels’ architectural firm BIG, where he worked in both New York and Copenhagen.

Together they noticed a growing interest in custom-made carpentry kitchens, while also recognzing that the price range of such products usually went far beyond the budgets of many people. They decided to solve this problem by creating Reform, which by now has sold kitchens to more than 30 countries around the world, and with showrooms in Copenhagen, Berlin, New York and Aarhus.

We welcome you to get in touch and visit our showroom.

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