Heal's offer kitchen range for the first time

Teaming up with Smallbone of Devizes and its sibling brand Brookmans, Heal's (opens in new tab) has launched its first kitchen range.

Situated on the first floor of the flagship store on Tottenham Court Road, London, the kitchen concession will offer two collections from Brookmans.

Brookmans is a British design-led kitchen and furniture brand from the parent company Smallbone of Devizes, a leader in bespoke timber kitchens for over 40 years.

The brand will offer cabinetry, freestanding and fitted bespoke furniture, made and hand-assembled at the company's state-of-the-art workshop in Wiltshire.

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The two contrasting collections are 'K1' - the modern classic collection and 'K2' - industrial chic.

'K1' is a classic contemporary take on the more traditional Georgian painted fitted furniture of period homes, reinterpreted for the modern day, with both fitted and freestanding elements.

A broad range of colours, hardware and details will enable designers and customers to create their own design.

The second collection 'K2' has a vintage feel influenced by 1960s and 1970s design.It's made with light grained Ash, a native hardwood to the UK, with clean lines, minimal handles and optional paint finishes.

Appliances from Miele, Siemens and Rangemaster will be available through Brookmans to complement the kitchen designs.

Hamish Mansbridge, CEO, Heal's comments, 'We are excited to be working with the team at Smallbone of Devizes to launch Brookmans by Smallbone, exclusively at Heal's. Smallbone is known for its dedication to quality and craftsmanship, which sits perfectly with our own promise to bring only the best branded and in-house designs into the homes of our customers.

This new collaboration is the perfect fit for Heal's and is in part a response to feedback requesting a kitchen partner, offering customers a compelling service with the UK's best bespoke kitchen brand.'

Two further collections will follow in early 2020.

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