Posted 13th Sep 2019

Brandt Design takes over former Neil Lerner showroom

13th September 2019 - 13:18pm
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Kitchen and bedroom designer Brandt Design has taken over the Finchley Road, London showroom formerly owned by luxury fitted kitchen manufacturer Neil Lerner, which closed down earlier this year.

The company is scheduled to open the newly refurbished showroom later this year. Brandt Design said it is “keen to continue the growth of its luxury retail business by expanding into North London”.

“We are delighted to be able to very soon expand our reach by opening a new design studio on Finchley Road, London,” said Brandt Design director Scott Davis.

“A key part of our plan to grow the business and raise our profile, we have worked very closely with Neil Lerner and his team, to ensure a smooth transition for all.”

Davis added: “This venture has been a carefully considered decision, and we are looking forward to benefitting from of a new showroom space and commercial resource.”

Brandt Design operations head Julia Steadman said: “We are confident that our new ownership will provide great opportunities to build on the success of our Hatch End studio and offer this retail outlet a renewed focus, with an emphasis on outstanding design and exemplary customer service.”

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