Posted 17th April

Exciting plans for Moores and Michel Roux Jr

By KBBDaily on 17th April 2019 - 07:00am
Moores, Kitchen, Kitchen Manufacturer, Michel Roux Jr

British kitchen manufacturer Moores and Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr are embarking on the next stage in their joint venture, Roux Kitchens, including wider distribution to premium housebuilders and selected kitchen retailers, and additional colours to be added to the collection.

Roux Jr visited the Moores HQ in Wetherby, West Yorkshire where he met with several different departments that work on the Roux kitchen collection, and learnt how to spray cabinet doors in the factory. He said: ”It was a pleasure to spend time with the Moores team at their impressive headquarters. It's important for me that this collection meets the high demands I would expect from a professional-style kitchen and with their attention to detail, Moores continues to get it right."

CEO of Moores Furniture Group Steve Parkin added: "2019 will be an exciting year for Roux Kitchens. With this range Moores can offer a unique kitchen solution for penthouses, luxury projects and executive housebuilders looking for an extra-special point of difference that is truly unique and exciting.”

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