David Salisbury Launches Bespoke Kitchens Collection
May 24, 2023
David Salisbury is delighted to announce the launch of its new collection of bespoke kitchens. Expertly crafted from solid oak or walnut, these new kitchen ranges put the emphasis on quality. The new ranges are available immediately and are all made in the David Salisbury factory in Somerset, UK.
With decades of successful experience, designing and building premium quality timber orangeries and garden rooms, David Salisbury has long been at the cutting-edge of joinery technology in the UK.
Following a sustained period of success, boosted by significant demand for garden rooms and similar style glazed extensions, this market leading joinery business is well-positioned to capitalize on the continued desire for bespoke kitchens at the luxury end of the market – and to leverage the clear synergy between potential customers looking for a bespoke garden room and a new kitchen to fill this space and is now positioned as being the only leading nationwide supplier that can design and build a kitchen extension as well as a bespoke kitchen install.
David Salisbury believes that there is a niche in the market for a premium brand that not only excels in quality but puts the customers’ design requirements at the fore.
Drawing on this long-standing expertise, the company has entered the luxury kitchens market with the launch of three new bespoke kitchen ranges. Each shares the same timeless, understated elegance that is the very essence of Shaker style.
“We’re excited to introduce our new range of kitchens, which we believe represents a significant step forward in terms of product quality and joinery excellence,” said Wes Kangurs, managing director of David Salisbury. “Many premium kitchens are manufactured utilizing inferior quality materials and standardized sizes. Due to our manufacturing innovation and experience, we are able to offer the customer something different, a real step up in quality, durability and customer experience. We believe that our kitchens are the very best on the market.”
Having secured partnerships with many of the leading premium appliance brands, including Fisher & Paykel, Miele and Everhot, David Salisbury is now offering a full kitchen design, manufacture and installation service, rounded off with a carefully curated selection of appliances, cabinetry hardware and stone worktops.
“Excellence in design is not just about making a kitchen look like it is worthy of an editorial in a glossy magazine, although this is of course a bonus, but just as important is tailoring the design to our customers’ own experience of how they want to use their kitchen – listening to our customers and delivering on as many elements of the design brief as possible,” said creative director Karen Bell, who led the design team in the creation of these new ranges.
Chelsea Showroom & Kitchens Collection Launch Event
David Salisbury has recently completed the fit-out and installation of a kitchen showroom in its existing orangery show site, located within The Chelsea Gardener (125 Sydney Street, London SW3 6NR).
The company will host a lavish launch event on June 8, 2023, in association with Fisher & Paykel, for customers, media and the wider industry.
David Salisbury has a well-developed plan for the initial growth of its kitchens portfolio, with two further showrooms currently in design and planning, due to be installed in the second half of this year.
With design consultants with extensive kitchen industry experience amongst their designer team, the business is well-placed to capitalize on a growing opportunity base and progress towards the targets that form part of its multi-year business plan.
Significant capital investment plans continue as the business ensures it remains at the forefront of manufacturing technology and the company has recently placed highly in the Sunday Times Best Places to Work 2023, ensuring it is able to attract the best staff to support its customers.
“We pride ourselves on the excellence of the product, the continual reinvestment into the company infrastructure and people,” said Kangurs. “We have ambitious plans to grow our garden rooms business and oak buildings, in particular, but see kitchens as a logical fit to extend our product portfolio. Our mission is to continue to produce the best quality joinery products in the UK and kitchens are a fundamental part of this drive.”