Beautiful collections from LochAnna Kitchens have been chosen by More Kitchens to feature in its new and improved Harrogate showroom.
More Kitchens, part of the Passmore Group, has selected LochAnna Kitchens to feature in the main display space of its Harrogate showroom. In a move to convert the space from an exclusive bathroom showroom to a joint kitchen and bathroom studio, More Kitchens was looking for unique collections different to those already available on the market and contacted LochAnna Kitchens directly for consideration.
Paul Jenkinson, Managing Director, LochAnna Kitchens comments: “When More Kitchens approached me with their request to feature unique and interesting collections in their new and improved Harrogate showroom, I knew that the kitchen ranges we have on offer would be the perfect fit. We offer unrivalled and distinctive kitchen ranges such as our stunning Tavole collection with a planked finish and unique Italian-made wood veneer door, as well as our timeless handleless kitchens. We focused a lot of our time and energy into choosing the collections and designing the displays that we put forward for consideration, making sure they stood out from the crowd. We were delighted to win the main space in their showroom. Passmore have dressed the displays beautifully and elevated them to a new level – the attention to detail is superb.”
The updated showroom features LochAnna Kitchens’ brand new Tavole collection along with the brand’s Durham and FORM true handleless kitchen collections.
Julie Gokce, Senior Designer for More Kitchens comments: “After exploring several kitchen brands that would stand apart from our current ranges, we felt that LochAnna would offer our Harrogate clientele something with a more bespoke feel. We felt that the quality of the furniture and comprehensive range of styles and colours was a perfect match for More Kitchens. After working alongside LochAnna, making sure that the designs and ranges were offering something to cater for all tastes, our new showroom exceeds all expectations.”