Posted 17th May

DeVol makes US debut with New York showroom opening

By KBBDaily on 17th May 2019 - 13:26pm
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Loughborough-based luxury kitchen manufacturer DeVol has made its first venture outside of the UK with the opening of its new showroom on Bond Street in the NoHo neighbourhood of Manhattan, New York.

The new showroom – housed in a mid-19th century building – showcases four kitchen displays as well as a “whole basement and yard full of cool vintage furniture, antiques and brocante”, according to the company.

“We really wanted to make our New York showroom feel more like a home, with inspiration from the East London houses we have fallen in love with,” said DeVol Kitchens creative director Helen Parker. “Everywhere we go we take a little piece of beauty, a lace curtain from Sicily or a lovely restaurant on Columbia Road, it is all so important in making the rooms feel authentic.”

The company spent six months renovating and restoring the space for its showroom, which now features a hand-painted Curiosity Cupboard, brass taps, marble sinks and mottled copper worktops.

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