March 17th will mark the opening of a stunning new Tom Howley showroom, with a launch event on March 22nd. The new showroom will be located on Regent Street, a 15-minute walk from Cambridge train station, and will be used to show off the new bespoke Kavanagh collection of cabinetry.
“We are delighted to be opening our new showroom in the prestigious city of Cambridge, the launch marks the fourteenth showroom opening for Tom Howley, which we feel truly reflects the demand for British, bespoke kitchens across the United Kingdom,” says CEO, Nigel Pailing. “The Cambridge showroom will not only display our most popular furniture collections, but we are also delighted to be launching the new ‘Kavanagh’ collection exclusively in the showroom. The Kavanagh collection is the perfect fusion of traditional cabinet making skills and contemporary kitchen design, the new showroom display is designed to showcase the true elegance of the collection, complemented with matt black paint and stunning brass hardware giving a real modern edge to the design.”
Tom Howley signature cabinetry is completely bespoke and made to measure for each individual client. This means that although the new collection will have its own distinct aesthetic, the cabinetry will be unique to each kitchen. All of the cabinetry is handcrafted by experts in Glossop, which ensures the seamless creation of kitchens time and time again. The craftsmen, skilled in their trade, have all had meticulous training in traditional handmade techniques such as mortise & tenon and dovetail joints and possess in-depth knowledge of the materials they are working with. This, alongside the cutting-edge technology used, ensures that Tom Howley can produce bespoke products with millimetre precision. Tom Howley also works closely with a number of suppliers for appliances including Miele and Sub-Zero Wolf.
The illustrated kitchen is finished with Marjoram, a paint colour exclusive to Tom Howley.Tom Howley | tomhowley.co.uk