The kitchen is the most important room in any home. Yes, some will argue that the living room or bedroom deserves the title of ‘the most important,’ but none of these is a hub of activity like the kitchen. From the traditional activities of preparing and cooking meals, to socialising with friends and helping kids with homework, there is always something going on in the kitchen, and the 21st century has seen a real up-turn in the number of people investing in bespoke furnishings that have been tailored to their exact requirements in terms of style and functionality.
This desire to have the perfect kitchen has definitely been a blessing for the North East’s own Mowlem and Co., who has seen their business, expand from their first showroom in North Shields to showrooms in Knutsford, Edinburgh, and the exclusive Kings Road in Chelsea, London.
Mowlem and Co. has grown from a regional company into a national one boasting some very highly sought after clients, and they have done this by continuing the hard work that made the Newcastle kitchens showroom one of the most popular in the country.
Unlike other kitchen retailers that provide generic kitchen furnishings, Mowlem and Co. has always believed that this room more than any other should reflect your personality and display the styles and tastes that make you different from everyone else. With this in mind, they are able to create a kitchen that is tailored to your exact requirements, right down to the smallest detail.
The Newcastle showroom, like the others across the UK, affords customers the chance to immerse themselves in bespoke kitchen surroundings, experiencing first-hand the high quality customisable timbers and ergonomic curves. It is in these showrooms that you can begin planning your dream kitchen.
Mowlem & Co Newcastle Showroom:
Tyne Tunnel Trading Estate
Tel: 0191 257 6112
Mowlem and Co. employs teams of expert designers and craftspeople to bring your ideas to life. By working one to one with you, the team can help come up with a room that is everything a 21st century kitchen should be – a room for all the family.