“It was my wife who fell in love with Multiform kitchens back then. I remember thinking that they were expensive and suggested a much cheaper one. But I let myself be persuaded, and for 23 years I haven’t adjusted a single screw or done anything to the kitchen. It still looks great and is a classic, of course. You don’t just throw something like that away,” Kim concludes.
He’s even made sure the family kitchen can grow. About seven years ago, he saw a used Multiform kitchen in “Den Blå Avis” (a Danish newspaper for classified ads). The white kitchen with mahogany edges in the Form 1 model matched the family’s own kitchen, and he thought it would be nice to be able to expand it one day. So he hitched the trailer to his car and drove from North Jutland to Copenhagen to dismantle the used kitchen. It’s been in storage ever since, and some of its elements are now part of the family’s renovated kitchen.