Whilst Simon and the talented crew at the workshop have been working very hard during the past year, they have managed to find some time to give our showroom a little bit of a makeover.
Simon’s exquisite cabinetry skills are highlighted in the window with a white 360' glass doored cabinet painted in Wimbourne White by Farrow & Ball, which houses the latest models of Perrin & Rowe and Quooker taps.
A new mantle runs 3 sides of the faux chimney breast, creating a bold and more modern design statement whilst also creating a larger display area. The chimney walls also showcase a cupboard; perfect for storing oils which are best stored out of the light. Also on show is a double-layered and oak-lined cutlery drawer with soft open and close action. Adjacent to the Lacanche range is a pull-out, vertical spice rack. These unique design features are finished with Queslett Pull brass cup handles from Armac Martin.
We have gone bold with dark cabinets painted from Mylands blue collection of colours. Mylands earned a Royal Warrant in 1985 and the family-run business is the oldest paint and polish manufacturers in the UK. Mylands’ Bond Street sits under Black Antique granite near our butler sink; proving that superior products can always break the rules. Whilst Myland’s Blueprint is topped by Carrara Quartz work surface for an elegant blue and white pairing as you enter our showroom.
As always, we offer a free design service and quote. We are happy to look at any designs or sketches that you have and you may now upload your ideas and even your Pinterest board to us via our enquiry form.
We hope you like our changes as much as we do and we look forward to safe and prosperous return.
From the 4th May, the showroom team are very happy to welcome you back into our kitchen showroom in Crouch Street Colchester. Still the same but different!