Bespoke furniture manufacturer, Stoneham Kitchens is launching two brand new ranges, Fahrenheit and Fahrenheit Pro. The new kitchens add a highly affordable option to Stoneham’s Avant Garde collection and are available from local Stoneham appointed retailers from September.
Driven by increased demand for more geometrically shaped, streamlined kitchen designs, Farenheit and Farenheit Pro (the ‘handle-less’ version of the range) offer the same high technical specification and quality for which Stoneham is renowned.
“The new kitchens have been designed for discerning home owners seeking the refinement and flexibility of a Stoneham kitchen but at price they may find surprisingly affordable,” says Sales Director, Howard Stoneham.
Cabinetry finishes include Natural Touch technology, which traces the pattern of the wood effect laminate so texture and design match perfectly, providing an astonishingly realistic wood-grain finish. Offering a durable, flexible alternative to wood, the new ranges come in 14 stunning variations.
The new ranges debuted at Grand Designs Live 2014, where Fahrenheit, showcased in Lava Walnut, formed the sleek centre island with the new ultra-thin, ultra-durable Dekton work surface. Farenheit Pro in Volcanic Elm finish provided the parallel wall display, with its cutting-edge Pro brushed steel effect trim creating the seamless appearance of handle-less furniture.
“The reaction was terrific,” says Howard. “We’ve seen a lot of demand for kitchens combining state-of-the-art appliances with sleek surfaces and clean lines. Visitors really loved the minimalist, elegant look of Fahrenheit.”
About Stoneham plc.
Founded in 1864, Stoneham plc. specialises in stylish, bespoke kitchens and quality furniture making. In its fifth generation of family-ownership, Stoneham Kitchens is built on nearly 150 years of dedication to superior craftsmanship. Contemporary design is met with state-of-the art engineering to create classic kitchens of exquisite high-tech functionality and style.
Every kitchen is built to order and manufactured at Stoneham’s modern workshops in Sidcup, Kent. Equipped with the latest CNC machinery, paint and curved door plants, Stoneham’s craftsmen combine their knowledge and skills with the latest engineering techniques and technology to turn natural materials – wood, stone, marble, granite and recycled glass – into timeless kitchens.
Renowned for dependable, lifetime quality Stoneham Kitchens has been at the forefront of Kitchen innovation since the 1950s. Distinguished by holding The Royal Warrant to HM The Queen.
Kitchens start at £30,000 and there are over 30 different collections in its traditional Heritage and contemporary Avant Garde ranges.