Did somebody say new showroom?!

Yes, you read that correctly! In today's blog, I am thrilled to announce the news that we will very soon be opening the doors to our brand new showroom.

After a few successful years of crafting our bespoke kitchens, we can now expand to a more extensive showroom on a separate premises to our workshop. The location is perfect, surrounded by the beautiful Herefordshire countryside and only a few minutes down the road from our current showroom and workshop (where the magic happens!). This allows our showroom visits to still include the option of a glimpse into how our kitchens are crafted.

The guys have been working super hard to get the new showroom up and running. We will display our modern and traditional shaker kitchens, featuring all seven of our collections; Bologna, Florence, Milan, Turin, Ferrara, Molveno and Tuscany. The first third of the showroom will be our contemporary section whilst the remaining two-thirds will be our traditional section. Our two most popular shaker kitchens, Bologna and Ferrara, will be displayed mirroring each other so that you can really see the differences up close!

This is a photo of our brand new showroom. This is a brick building with a large glass window on both the ground and first floor. At the front of the building there are 3 plant pots by the main door entrance.
Our new showroom


The showroom visit is a vital part of the client journey process; it's a must as it allows our clients to experience our kitchens in person. All of our showroom visits are entirely private, with them being a one-to-one experience with one of our designers or alternatively, if you would rather, you can request to look around the showroom by yourself.

Not only will the new premises be our new showroom, but it will also be our new office space for the Marketing and Design hub for Minerva!

We are all gearing up to move in and excited to welcome clients as soon as possible.

We look forward to being able to announce further information soon and hope you are as excited as we are!

More details to come,

Jas