Posted 1st February

Caple opens new Bristol Experience Centre

By KBBDaily on 1st February 2019 - 08:00am
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Appliance manufacturer Caple has opened its new Experience Centre at its Bristol headquarters, with the 2,000sq ft space having been “specifically designed and built to enhance the Caple experience for customers”.

The showroom space houses seven kitchen displays, featuring Caple’s handleless furniture Verse Zeta matt anthracite and Epos natural oak cabinets alongside Sense appliances and a sink and tap in the company’s new gunmetal finish.

Caples Harptree kitchen in French blue with stainless steel Sense appliances, butler-style Chepstow sink and Putney Bridge stainless steel tap are also on display, along with the CR750CO island hood and MODE0345 sink in copper and matching Karns tap.

Brand ambassador and Michelin-starred chef Josh Eggleton will use the new space’s demonstration area to hold bespoke demonstrations for customers, while Caple’s national trainer Jo Underhay will also hold cooking classes.

“We have created the Caple Experience Centre to enable our customers to enjoy the Caple brand first-hand,” said managing director Danny Lay. “Our demonstration area has been designed to cater for those who want to be able to see and feel the quality of our kitchen furniture, appliances, sinks and taps.

“However, we also want to demonstrate the exceptional cooking results you can achieve when using our high-quality appliances. So, our new demonstration kitchen allows our customers to understand how easy our cooking appliances are to operate, the attention to detail when it comes to their exquisite design and the mouth-watering dishes you can create.”

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