Martin Moore opens new London showroom

Martin Moore has opened a new kitchen showroom in London’s Muswell Hill.

The handmade kitchen specialist, which celebrates its 43rd anniversary this year, said the showroom is intended to offer a fresh, modern feel.

Ranges on display in the new showroom will be the new Deco, the English kitchen, the new Classical kitchen and the Architectural kitchen.

The Deco kitchen draws inspiration from the architects and craftsmen of the 1930s, but everything about the design is said to be innovative, from ‘floating’ freestanding pieces to shadow lines in the cabinetry. The concept also focuses on the use of feature materials, including book-matched marble, plain and decorative limestone and veneered timbers.

The English kitchen derives from the classical proportions and features of English period furniture. Despite the traditional feel, this kitchen has modern elements, such as plain, white metro tiles, ribbed glass in cupboard doors and a smoke glass oak table.

The New Classical kitchen is said to carry a sense of tradition and permanence. Described as ‘grand’ and modern, it has has period proportions adapted to embrace to embrace modern technology and zoning.

The Architectural kitchen, which combines English Oak hand painted furniture, has long elevations and rows of overhead lockers. In the Muswell Hill showroom, this kitchen also includes chrome inlays.

Martin Moore says it was one of the first handmade kitchen companies. In the early days, the still family run business built their kitchens from reclaimed timbers, but soon began to develop their own hallmark style of classic, timeless, English furniture, designed and made to order with a quality, which transcends fashion. The new showroom showcases four different kitchens: The New Deco kitchen, The English kitchen, The New Classic kitchen and The Architectural kitchen.

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