Tom Howley has opened a new showroom in Winchester, which brings its total to seventeen. The launch was delayed because of the coronavirus lockdown.
The showroom is on Jewry Street, off Winchester High Street, and its opening was in response to what the company recognised as a growing demand for a showroom in the Hampshire area.
Tom Howley, design director at Tom Howley, said: “We’re delighted to be open in Winchester. There’s been a lot of work involved from the whole team to get this showroom open.”
He added: “Like all our showrooms, the quality of design is second to none, visitors can expect to see our popular Hartford collection combined with our Periwinkle blue paint colour, and new bespoke Harper handle design, as well as our five other furniture collections – Kavanagh, Butler, Devine, Summerville and Harrington.”
Over the two floors is all six of Tom Howley’s collections, including the classic Hartford kitchen painted in Periwinkle blue, the Kavanagh design in the Nightshade paint colour with rich brass detailing.
The showroom is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 5.30pm and on Sunday by appointment. The showroom staff have made changes to make sure that everyone stays safe, which include strict social distancing measures and hygiene and cleaning procedures.