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Contact: Nic Shacklock
Birmingham, UK: Kesseler UK are delighted to announce the official opening of their first West Midlands showroom. Kesseler Birmingham will open it’s doors to the public on Saturday 31st July. The showroom, based on Thornhill Road, Sutton Coldfield, will display the range of beautiful luxury kitchens – exquisitely built to the highest standards for discerning clients across the West Midlands.
Kesseler, a British luxury kitchen manufacturer with production and head office facilities in Nottinghamshire, UK, has been seeking a showroom location in the West Midlands for the last couple of years, seeking an ideal franchise partnership for the area. Birmingham is known as Britain’s ‘second city’ and, with a population of over 2.9 million people, the city is the ideal location for a West Midlands-based showroom.
With Kesseler kitchens starting from £20,000 exclusive of appliances, the new showroom will appeal to the wide variety of affluent local residents that enjoy high quality, bespoke furniture and who want to differentiate from the norm.
Running the Kesseler Birmingham franchise are Adam Crotty and Martyn Stevens, who come with a wealth of experience across the kitchen industry, with Crotty having worked for a German competitor for the last few years.
“I’ve heard about Kesseler continuing to grow across the UK… every time I saw them at KBB they were bigger and bigger. The industry has been through tough times but some of the things the brand is doing is just unseen anywhere else in the industry. It’s something I very much wanted to be a part of, so I can’t wait to get started” said Crotty.
The showroom is available to visit without prior appointment, although booking an appointment is advised for the best possible experience. Kesseler operates boutique showrooms, guaranteeing clients a personal and discreet service whilst they explore the range of kitchens on offer and discuss their project with the designers.
To discover more, see the Birmingham showroom’s page by clicking the button below.