February 14, 2019
Martin Moore has said its 1,500sq ft Esher showroom has undergone a “major” facelift as it continues to roll out its “popular” New Deco kitchen range to its eight stores around the country.
The artisan kitchen furniture maker, which makes its own kitchens in a factory in Yorkshire, said it had replaced its displays in the Esher showroom’s window with a New Deco kitchen as well as a more up-to-date model from its English kitchen range.
The company said the New Deco kitchen draws inspiration from the architects and craftsmen of the 1930s, but with a modern twist, focusing on the use of feature materials, including book-matched marble, plain and decorative limestone and veneered timbers.
The refurbishment comes months after Martin Moore, which was established in 1975 and describes itself as one of the original British handmade kitchen furniture companies, opened a new showroom in London’s Muswell Hill.
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