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Asia-pacific region is expected to be the second largest contributor of ready-to-install kitchen cabinets market due to rapid growth in infrastructure in the nations like China and India.
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North-America is expected to have largest revenue share in ready-to-install kitchen cabinets market across the globe over the forecast period of 2016-2023 due to rebound in construction of residential buildings. The U.S. ready-to-install kitchen market is expected to reach USD 18.5 Billion by 2021 expanding at a CAGR of >5% during the forecast period 2016-2023.
The Kitchen Marketing Blog was created by Z promotion & design to help kitchen and bath professionals, as well as other remodelers market their businesses more effectively. My hope that by using this blog to present fresh ideas, share “tried and true” tactics and get the creative juices flowing, we will all benefit.The UK domestic kitchen furniture market experienced steady growth in the 2002-2007 period, reaching a market size of £1,390m by the end of the period. The decline in the housebuilding sector, together with a downturn in consumer spending and tighter financial conditions resulted in a significant decline in the market in 2008 and an even steeper fall in 2009, however, the market began to show some stability in 2010.The Modular Kitchen Market is expected to witness strong growth. Many international players are entering the Indian market and large numbers of joint ventures are taking place.The kitchen furniture market is at the mature stage of its product lifecycle. Consumer awareness is high and purchasing decisions tend to be based on design, colour and materials. Features such as soft-closing doors and drawers, sophisticated lighting and additional electrical appliances such as televisions and coffee machines are increasing in popularity.The kitchen furniture market comprises furniture, worktops and sinks, with furniture accounting for 76% of the market in value terms, whilst worktops account for 14% and sinks for 10%. Worktops have gradually gained market share in recent years in line with the trend towards higher value products in this sector.Whilst The UK domestic kitchen furniture market experienced steady growth in the 2002-2007 period, reaching a market size of £1,560m by the end of the period, nobody expected this rowth to continue during the recession as both the homemover market and new house buyer markets were effectively all but wiped out and the construction industry in despair.