Eggersmann USA Unveils New Los Angeles Showroom in WeHo


If you think it’s impossible to keep the spark alive after 108 years, then perhaps you don’t know Eggersmann. The fourth-generation German kitchen brand just celebrated the grand opening of its newest flagship showroom in the heart of West Hollywood and treated over 150 guests to an array of product eye-candy, as well as delicious bites from Ago Restaurant.

(l to r:) Karsten Schmalenbach, CEO Schmalenbach Designs; Jennifer Sourounis, Chicago Showroom Director; Michael Wunram CEO, Eggersmann Germany; Evan Soltoff, Houston Showroom Manager; Dana McManus, Director of Marketing; Michael Soltoff, CEO Eggersmann USA; Michael Brinkjost, Manager of Operations Eggersmann Germany; Sandra Soltoff, CFO Eggersmann USA; Erika Clifford, Florida Showroom Manager; Amy Nguyen, LA Showroom Technical Designer; Brian Allen, LA Showroom Manager; Andrea Villamarin, Houston Showroom Designer; Jose Moguel, New York Showroom Designer.

Eggersmann has built a solid reputation over the last century-plus, taking modern design to the next level with unique and exceptional cabinetry designs in a variety of styles. As the oldest family-owned kitchen manufacturer in Germany, Eggersmann has become the go-to source for state-of-the-art interior accessories while remaining innovative and forward-thinking. With the largest collection of FSC-certified engineered wood veneers, the company is celebrated for its commitment to sustainability, and with its dedication to customer satisfaction and custom cabinetry sizing, it’s also famous for flexibility.

The new WeHo location is a 3,000 square foot showroom that highlights the Eggersmann Kitchens | Home Living concept, featuring five lifestyle displays that showcase kitchens, dining, living, and entertainment rooms, along with a master suite wardrobe system by Schmalenbach.

Eggersmann’s LA showroom is open now – details below:

8921 Beverly Blvd, West Hollywood California 90048.
(310) 288-0073
Hours: Monday-Friday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

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