In an overcrowded world of proposals of all kinds, it may be difficult to recognize between what is definitely valuable and what is less; what is true and what copies the 'outward' aspects of things of value while remaining, however, intrinsically poor.
Issues of style aside, there are some aspects of the realization that unequivocally distinguish the original products compared to the copies. Details, it would seem. But in the furnishing world, it is precisely the quality details that make the quality product.
Many aspects are there, that need to be carefully evaluated.
Let's focus on materials and start with the base: wood. If it is true that everything is painted and, at first glance, you can not see the difference between a kitchen (or a wardrobe, or a bookcase) made of solid wood or chipboard, it is also true that durability will be markedly different, as well as the resistance to moisture and the ability to hold weights without embarking.
Even the selection of small metal parts is not a detail that immediately catches the eye. Looking more attentively - however - we will certainly recognize if the smaller solutions and screws have been used, and whether the project ensured they are placed where less visible, to the benefit of the visual cleanness of the furniture.
Finally, we can not forget the second important material in a kitchen: steel. Synonymous with resistance, the AISI 304 steel - better known as 18/10 stainless steel - is fundamental for its cleanness and hygiene features, since it is resistant to chemical agents - such as those found in certain foods and in all cleaning products - but above all to bacteria.