Symphony Group has refurbished its 20,000sq ft marketing suite in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, with new ranges and displays. At the same time, the Skyline design centre has also been upgraded.
The Yorkshire-based manufacturer is currently celebrating 50 years of designing modern and traditional kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms. All kitchens are said to be built to last with furniture awarded full FSC certification using wood from responsibly managed forests.
The new ranges to be showcased in the marketing suite include: Harvard, Inline Studio, Princeton Providence Blue and Waterford. There is also a focus on Symphony’s Paint to Order collection with sample doors displaying all the different colours available. There is a new upgrade to the Paint to Order collection, as it is now made with water-based paints and represents a further step towards Symphony’s sustainability goals.
Symphony’s Skyline design centre, which is located 25 minutes from London, Liverpool Street, has also been revamped. Features include new decors and innovations with Echo voice controlled smart appliances and smart lighting, the new Linear Living decors and updated pocket folding doors.
The Skyline team specialises in designing kitchens and bedrooms for high-rise city centre living and work with developers, architects and specifiers.
The facilities are also available for training sessions run by the Symphony training team as well as for customers’ use for their own meetings and briefings.
- Featured image: Princeton Kitchen from the Gallery range in Providence Blue