The Difference is in the Detail with Crestwood of Lymington Kitchens
February Focus on a mixture of two different kitchen ranges, the Treloy and the Keele
This month we look at how you can combine two different kitchen ranges to stunning effect!
The inspirational Kitchen Showroom at Crestwood of Lymington an impressive selection on display. Whether you are planning a new kitchen right now or simply looking for ideas and advice, you'll be delighted with the range of styles, colours and options available to you and on display. It's well worth a visit - free parking is easily found outside and browsing for ideas is a pleasure.
A collection of simple yet sophisticated kitchens
The Treloy and the Keele ranges are both shaker style at heart, both using a simple smooth satin finish rather than the woodgrain texture that typifies the more traditional shaker styles. Shown here in Light Grey and Graphite colours with worktop combining Via Lactia Granite and Mystery White Quartz, the kitchen is eye-catching and modern with classic features.
Lots of storage options
As with all the new kitchens at Crestwood there are lots of really exciting and useful storage options with the Treloy/Keele combination kitchen. Glazed units are available to keep you organised all while displaying crookery and cookbooks. An exposed plate rack is a classic option. This keeps crockery easily at hand whilst creating a unique look and adding to the décor.
A pastry bench creates additional work space and room to elegantly display and store your belongings, whether they be functional or ornamental. For a more traditional, English kitchen design, a dresser can be incorporated. This provides extensive storage space while creating an eye-catching addition to the kitchen.
The difference is in the detail...
Treloy's detail of the fine moulded beading that surrounds the central panel is a subtle addition that has a magnificent and dramatic effect when multiplied across the whole kitchen. With Keele, in the central panel you can see the shaker influence, while the skilfully painted finish gives a contemporary edge.
This blend of modern with traditional makes the Treloy/Keele combination highly versatile in terms of mixing and matching with decor and furniture, and also equipment, utensils, crockery and cutlery. The kitchen style is versatile and work as well with state of the art modern appliances as with traditionally classic applicances. Additions to the kitchen like statement lighting and open shelving create a light, contemporary feel.
Suitable for any space, both are available made-to-measure and available in 27 different colour options. Yet your kitchen isn’t limited to the Crestwood colour palette (which in itself is impressive). The colour match service means any shade has the potential for creating something extraordinary. Whether your choice is bold and contrasting or subtle and timeless, all the team need is a 'RAL' or 'BS' code to locate it.
British, hand built and a 25 year guarantee
Like all the new Crestwood Kitchens, Treloy and Keele are hand built in Devon and a 25 year guarantee is included.
Take a virtual tour of Crestwood Kitchens here now
It's good - but not as good as being able to literally touch and feel the smooth surfaces and quality corners, poke your head inside the cupboards, test the soft close drawers, and imagine your crockery and utensils in place too!
So get down to Crestwood to experience the kitchens themselves!
Find Crestwood of Lymington on Ampress Park. There is ample parking to the rear - as you enter Ampress, turn left down Ricado Way and take the first right down Merlin Drive, where you'll see the Crestwood entrance.