David Salisbury, the maker and retailer of premium garden rooms and orangeries, has launched its first collection of kitchens.
Aimed at the premium luxury market, the company has criticised many brands in this sector of using “inferior quality materials and standardised sizes” and says that the combination of its core business and kitchens is a natural fit.
Made from solid oak or walnut, the new kitchen ranges are all made in the David Salisbury factory in Somerset.
“Following a sustained period of success, boosted by significant demand for garden rooms and similar style glazed extensions, [David Salisbury] is well-positioned to capitalise on the continued desire for bespoke kitchens at the luxury end of the market – and to leverage the clear synergy between potential customers looking for a bespoke garden room and a new kitchen to fill this space,” the company said.
It also claimed to now be the only leading nationwide supplier that can design and build a kitchen extension as well as a bespoke kitchen install. It is working with appliance brands that include Fisher & Paykel, Miele and Everhot.
Research published last month said the luxury kitchen market was continuing to grow.
“We’re excited to introduce our new range of kitchens, which we believe represents a significant step forward in terms of product quality and joinery excellence,” said managing director Wes Kangurs. “Many premium kitchens are manufactured utilising inferior quality materials and standardised sizes. Due to our manufacturing innovation and experience, we are able to offer the customer something different, a real step up in quality, durability and customer experience. We believe that our kitchens are the very best on the market.”
David Salisbury has recently completed the fit-out and installation of a kitchen showroom in their existing orangery show site, located within The Chelsea Gardener in London.
The company also has plans for two further kitchen showrooms installed in the second half of this year.
“We pride ourselves on the excellence of the product, the continual reinvestment into the company infrastructure and people. We have ambitious plans to grow our garden rooms business and oak buildings, in particular, but see kitchens as a logical fit to extend our product portfolio,” Kangurs said.