Brandt Kitchens moves into old Neil Lerner showroom

The Finchley Road premises vacated by the former Neil Lerner kitchens business has been taken over by Brandt Kitchens.

Brandt celebrates 14 years in business this month and sells residential kitchens, bedrooms and interiors from its Hatch End showroom, offering German kitchens from Häcker and English kitchens from Omega, Sheraton and Mackintosh.

Brandt officially took over the old Neil Lerner showroom on August 23 and it is scheduled to open soon.

Brandt said that it was keen to grow its luxury retail business with the move on to Finchley Road and would transfer its values of “thoughtful consultation and expert guidance for each and every customer” to its new showroom.

The company said that it has completely refurbished the flagship retail space and believes that this prime city location will help the business continue to grow and strengthen its “reputation for customer-focused, intuitive interior design that continues to define every project by Brandt Design”.

Brandt director Scott Davis commented: “We are delighted to be able to very soon expand our reach by opening a new design studio on Finchley Road, London. A key part of our plan to grow the business and raise our profile. We have worked very closely with Neil Lerner and his team to ensure a smooth transition for all. This venture has been a carefully considered decision and we are looking forward to benefiting from of a new showroom space and commercial resource.”

Kbbreview understands that Brandt was the company that Neil Lerner worked with the help fulfil outstanding customer orders after his company went into administration.

Julia Steadman, head of operations at Brandt Design, added: “We are confident that our new ownership will provide great opportunities to build on the success of our Hatch End studio and offer this retail outlet a renewed focus, with an emphasis on outstanding design and exemplary customer service.”

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