Birgit Müller personally

should determine our
actions every day.

About cooking with a clear conscience

Once again, she demonstrates a keen sense of trends and tendencies: Birgit Müller’s designer kitchens have carried the FSC seal since 2010. This is the world’s most renowned and comprehensive certification system for responsible forestry.

With kitchen concepts made from sustainable materials, Birgit Müller and her team meet the strict requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). For example, the wood used in the furniture comes from forests that are responsibly managed.

“We are very proud of this award!

Sustainability should determine our actions every day,” the entrepreneur is convinced. The responsible use of materials from nature, such as wood and stone, is also important when planning high-quality designer kitchens. “Those who treat nature with care also care for their children and their children’s children.”

It is not for nothing that Birgit Müller has long made a name for herself as the “Queen of Kitchens”. For over 20 years she has been successful with her kitchen concepts on Mallorca and is a true pioneer for innovative kitchen formats.

For design-oriented individualists, she creates customized kitchen worlds that today have prestige status. Originally from Münsterland, the epicenter of the German kitchen industry, the entrepreneur is following in her She is following in the footsteps of her family, the third generation of her family to be active in the furniture segment.

She opened her first own studio in Port d’Andratx in 1999, followed by the second branch in Palma in 2005. “With the discovery of the kitchen island as a design element, the importance of the kitchen has taken on new dimensions,” she emphasizes. Cooking is a social happening in which guests participate equally.

People keep the chef company or contribute to the culinary experience with a recipe. “The kitchen is the new center of togetherness!” This also presents challenges in kitchen design. Birgit Müller’s many years of experience and stylistically confident taste encourage her to come up with new concepts. In doing so, she masters the once-one of uniqueness!

With a variety of materials, she creates modern kitchens that become her trademark. In doing so, she combines materials so harmoniously that only the textures seem to vary: blackened oak, bronze glass fronts and metal tiles, granite countertops, solid wood and embossed leather combine to create a total work of art.

The innovative Work ́s concept is also a sample model: with 360-degree modules, it promises absolute cooking comfort: hidden behind a tinted mirror front are rotating cabinets made of black powdered aluminum, in which the cooking equipment is always within reach. The separate work blocks can be arranged individually and movable hanging modules ensure short distances.