The Victorian Kitchen from Creamery Kitchens

The prospect of buying a new kitchen can sometimes seem a daunting one.

So let the team at Creamery Kitchens take the pressure off you, with our complimentary kitchen design service – whilst our Yeovil showroom is full of inspiring ideas and kitchens set up as actual roomsets.

We firmly believe that whilst tastes and fashions change – and often turn full circle – there will always be a demand for a well-made, painted solid wood kitchen.

One range that has an enduring appeal and is once again proving to be our best-seller this year is the traditionally designed Victorian range.

The largest display and the centrepiece of the entrance of our Yeovil kitchen studio, the Victorian kitchen range has a very distinctive look and feel – we like to think of it as a “nostalgic backward glance.”

Whilst it might be traditionally designed and completely hand built, it can accommodate all of the functions required for today’s modern living.

Equally at home in a farmhouse, townhouse or any interior setting, each kitchen is made to order.  With a wide choice of Creamery Kitchens paints to choose from, you can be sure your colour decisions will complement the look you are aiming from.  From the cool greys that are so popular today to the more primary and secondary colours that were often a feature of period painted furniture.

Other characteristic features of the hand finished Victorian kitchen include double panel doors, large cornices, antique bronze handles and oak worktops.

If you haven’t already seen our inspirational brochure, you can order your complimentary copy here.  Whilst you’re waiting for you brochure, why not take a look at our new kitchen video which will give you a flavour of the Victorian range, as well as some of the other ranges in Yeovil kitchen showroom.

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

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Posted by Iconography Ltd
15th April 2016
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