Posted 18th May

Stoneham partners with Connaught Kitchens

By KBBDaily on 18th May 2017 - 09:17am

Luxury kitchen manufacturer Stoneham Kitchens has announced its new partnership with London-based dealer Connaught Kitchens, which will introduce the brand to its boutique studio near Hyde Park.

Connaught will have a “striking” Stoneham display at the front of its store featuring Stoneham's Knole range with cabinetry painted in Connaught's speciality blue shade. “Stoneham opens up a whole new range of design possibilities and finishes for our clients who want something beautifully handcrafted and uniquely British,” said Connaught Kitchens design director Phillip Ozorio.

“Our showroom now displays a Stoneham kitchen in a rich matte blue shade with in-frame doors,” he added. “It’s the centrepiece as you walk through the door. With Stoneham we have enhanced our offering, which we know will appeal to our existing clients as well as attract new ones.”

Stoneham sales director Howard Stoneham added: “We are very excited to be working with Connaught Kitchens and being a part of their stunning showroom. We have already been impressed by the professionalism of Phillip and his team and know they are perfect fit for Stoneham.”


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