Blink developed an omnichannel retail concept for HTH, one of the Nordic region's most prominent kitchen brands.


    HTH Kitchens




    Kitchen Supplier


    Retail concept, Omnichannel

HTH Kitchen retail 'Tech Lab' station with interactive digital screens and communications
HTH Kitchen retail 'Tech Lab' station with interactive digital screens

Opportunity and concept

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Nobia, the leading kitchen company in Europe, and the owners of the danish brand HTH, had realized that today’s kitchen buyers had new requirements on the kitchen-buying process. Not only are they digital by default, but also as food and cooking is increasingly becoming lifestyle definers, the kitchen has become the heart of the home. Therefore, customers want to be able to create their very own kitchen – and they want to do it their way. The old way of selling kitchens, a salesperson in a store displaying a couple of display kitchens is not cutting it anymore.

The stores, with full digital and omnichannel integration, are something that kitchen stores never were before: warm, inspiring creation studios. Here, you can ask questions to the kitchen experts and gather inspiration in extended shelves or find the style you like in configurators, using the inspiration they have seen gathered to see what they like within the range. If you find something you like, save it in the form of “sample cards” that can be stored online or in a physical folder together with notes, drawings and price quotes. When you are further into the process, you can configurate the kitchen digitally using 3D-printed modules, or start drawing in the 3D-tool, and then continue at home. The creative and friendly atmosphere helps customers unleash your creativity and gives you the power to create the kitchen of your dreams.

Result and impact

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Blink created a new omnichannel concept for Nobia. We revisited every part of the customer journey, from inspiration to finalized purchase, to identify the requirements modern customers have on their kitchen buying process. We developed a “Yes, you can!”-vision, a complete turnaround from earlier, rigid sales processes. Now, the customer can interact with Nobia in any way they would like – across all channels, regardless of where they are in the customer journey. Having no dead ends, the concept ensures that the next step in the kitchen buying process is intuitive and friction-free – while simultaneously making it more fun and allowing customers to create their very own dream kitchen. Parts of this process was done in cooperation with Doberman Digital Agency.

HTH's customers have embraced the new opportunities to make the kitchen-buying process easier, and sales staff appreciate the new tools that allow them to interact more close to, and more efficiently, with customers. With a seamless omnichannel experience with no dead ends, and a store that is warm and welcoming – buying a kitchen is now less intimidating and much more manageable and infinitely more fun! The concept is a commercial success, both in terms of sales and customer and employee satisfaction. It has been rolled for Nobia brands in Norway, United Kingdom and Denmark and is currently being modified to apply to other brands in the group.

Person wearing a VR headset, exploring the kitchen in VR 3d space
Sketch of communication UX design of mobile experience
Hands browsing HTH Kitchen web with a digital screen on the kitchen counter
Sketch of physical and digital experience
Store front of shop-in-shop HTH Kitchen
'Scan me for more info' QR code in retail space making smooth shopping experience
HTH Kitchen retail 'Design Studio' station with staffs ready to help customers
Digital screen on kitchen counter helping smooth shopping experience

Want to know more about this project?
Contact Richard Kylberg, founder of Blink

Want to know more about this project?
Contact Richard Kylberg, founder of Blink

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