The Harvest Kitchen from Creamery Kitchens

May has always been a busy time for customers choosing new kitchens here at the Old Creamery.  The Bank Holidays at each end of the month and the usually improving weather inevitably mean thoughts turn towards Summer.

Planning and designing a new kitchen during May means we can be ready to deliver during the summer holiday period – a key time for home improvement projects.

A handcrafted, solid wood kitchen still makes a real statement in the home – whilst choice of paint colours can transform the look from traditional to contemporary.

Choosing the ever popular Harvest kitchen from Creamery Kitchens is a guarantee of robust, honest furniture that brings a “taste of the country to everyday life.”

Featuring simple styling and bold warm colours, each Harvest kitchen is then rounded off with gorgeous thick oak worktops.

Whether in a country cottage or grand manor hall, with its chunky pewter pulls and knobs this kitchen will make a statement whatever the surroundings.  We like to think the “solid country feel of the Harvest kitchen evokes a real taste of the outdoors – quite literally!”

Check out some photography of our Harvest range, via the Harvest kitchen page within our Creamery Kitchens website.

When you’re ready to take the next step, order your free copy of our inspirational kitchen brochure – with over 70 pages of beautiful photography.

Don’t forget to take a look at our new kitchen video which will give you a flavour of the Harvest range, as well as our Yeovil kitchen studio where it was filmed.

We offer a complimentary kitchen design service and can work equally well from an architect’s plan or your own room dimensions.  This service carries no obligation and is a great way to assist with space planning, thereby ensuring the functional use of your kitchen is completely considered.

A new Harvest kitchen from Creamery Kitchens can be designed and handmade in around 4 – 6 weeks.

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Posted by Iconography Ltd
27th May 2016
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