Posted 8th January

The Sink Space invests in first-ever showroom

By KBBDaily on 8th January 2019 - 08:00am
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Swindon-based Carron Phoenix and KWC distributor The Sink Space has invested in its first-ever showroom to support its “growing trade customer base”, as well as launching a revamped, new-look website.

The showroom in Cricklade showcases a “carefully curated” product selection from Carron Phoenix and KWC, including Carron Phoenix’s Vela and Debut stainless steel and Bali granite sink ranges, mixer and pull-out taps, as well as KWC’s Zoe and Eve tap collections.

“The Sink Space prides itself on providing exceptional levels of customer service, working with retailers and project customers throughout the UK and after a period of rapid growth, relocated to its current premises in Cricklade, Wiltshire in 2015,” said Carron Phoenix brand manager Larah Kuziw.

“The larger site has allowed it to invest in the showroom so that retailers and other trade customers can view the latest products from both brands, and also bring clients with them to help them make buying decisions.”

The Sink Space’s newly designed website is mobile-friendly and features “easy-to-navigate” sections for retailers and trade customers to source products and accessories. The website also includes a download area for brochures, and a ‘Meet the Team’ section.


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