PWS refurbishes design centres

Kitchen distributor PWS has invested in its two design centres as the brand revamps them to show the most recent selection of kitchen and bedroom offerings.

The two showrooms, Newton Aycliffe and Burnham, both now have seven new kitchen displays, six bedroom displays, five home office displays and four Kesseböhmer YouK displays.

Other elements of the fit-out include: fit-out also includes its recently launched Outline collection, the new Belsay Smooth door range, new worksurface materials and samples area, Alveus sinks, a brand-new range of Nobili taps, and even more new colours and finishes.

Work on the northern design centre has been fully completed, while the South is due to be finished in April.

Jennifer Todd, showroom designer at PWS, said: “We understand the importance of having the latest product innovation on show, ensuring when customers visit, they experience the full breadth of our offering and capabilities as a distributor.”

“We also want our customers to utilise the space as an extension of their business. If they don’t have a range on show or they don’t have access to a showroom, it allows them to up-sell products and make the most out of their leads, in a professional and impressive environment.”

Both design centres have over 60 designs and displays to see plus more finishes and colours in the sample area. There is also meetings rooms to discuss projects with clients, plus necessities like a café with free refreshments and free parking.

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