Luxury kitchen design specialist, The Myers Touch, has officially unveiled its upgraded studio in Winchester to a host of special guests.
The guests included the Mayor of Winchester, Cllr Jane Rutter, BBC property expert Lucy Alexander, her husband and ex-footballer Stewart Castledine and BBC Saturday Kitchen’s wine expert, Peter Richards.
Guests were treated to a sneak preview of Siematic’s latest ranges and live cooking demonstrations by Sub-Zero & Wolf’s resident chef, Bruce Cole.
The Myers Touch directors, Keith and Helena Myers said: “We were delighted to open the doors to our newly-renovated studio, finally accomplishing our long-term goal to create an environment that truly expresses the vision and passion we have for creating living spaces within homes that are built-upon and sustain the relationships enjoyed within them. It was a celebration joined by many of our previous clients whose lives have been touched by the kitchen-living spaces we have created.”
The upgrade of the studio has been designed to showcase Siematic’s Urban kitchen collection, with surfaces by Cosentino. The environment, said The Myers Touch, has been further enhanced with ‘kitchen gadgets’ by Sub-Zero & Wolf.
The studio will provide a luxury setting for the launch of the Dining Club by The Myers Touch later this year.