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Showroom Spotlight | Homemaker, Warminster

Updated: Oct 30, 2020

Quantum showroom, Homemaker Warminster, offers a beautiful selection of kitchen displays and a complete team to take on your project and provide you with a tailored service.

The Quantum Team has collaborated with John at Homemaker Warminster to provide you with an insight into this Wiltshire based Quantum studio.

The Warminster showroom has three team members on hand to help you create your dream kitchen. John works as the prominent kitchen designer, with his colleagues Chris and Paula on hand to project manage and assist with any queries you may have. The Homemaker Team works together to ensure each customer receives the care and attention they require in order to receive a bespoke, effortless service.

The Homemaker showroom has been open for over 25 years, supplying both kitchens and appliances. There is a common misconception that Homemaker is purely an appliance store, however with Homemaker being a specialist in the design, supply and installation of kitchens this is clearly not the case. The Homemaker team have the skill and knowledge to supply kitchens that fit to your budget.

Homemaker has multiple stunning Quantum kitchens on display, from traditional to contemporary. The displays are always being updated to reflect evolving trends and demands. A classic shaker Purley display is featured in the Homemaker showroom, in a colour combination of Marine and Porcelain, which shows off the current design trend of blue kitchens. This timeless kitchen display features a bespoke pantry unit with an oak interior that includes both a wine and spice rack. There is also a dresser unit on show, which offers a glazed door, perfect for showcasing crockery. This display is an inspiring example if you are considering a unique kitchen design, as you can see many of the bespoke features that are available to be featured in your kitchen. This Purley display is located beside an ultra-modern, true handleless kitchen from the Quantum Aluma collection. This handleless design exhibits one of the key design trends the Homemaker Team are embracing. The display includes stone effect doors for an industrial look. A bronze rail is featured, providing an example of one of the many rail colours available for you to choose from. This large display is home to a bespoke island, so you can see how the team can customise kitchen designs to suit the shape of your room and meet your needs. The island is also on castors, which demonstrates how Homemaker can design a kitchen island that is portable and incredibly practical if you are working with limited space or prefer flexibility in your kitchen. The desk area in the showroom works as another display and makes use of the J profile Leigh door in graphite.

Homemaker Warminster offers a complete package for customers. They design, supply and install their kitchens. What’s more, if part of your kitchen project requires alterations to the space, the Homemaker Warminster team can arrange plastering, flooring and small building work. These optional extras ensure your requirements are met and you don’t need to juggle various tradespeople in order to organise your new kitchen.

As well as having a tight knit team, John offers a wealth of experience, having worked in the Homemaker Warminster showroom for eight years, prior to which he was employed by a national kitchen company. Johns favourite part of the job is creating a design that solves the problems customers are experiencing in their current kitchen.

Within Homemaker Warminster, the team pride themselves on listening to customers’ requirements and fulfilling their aspirations. Below is a beautiful example of a bespoke kitchen designed by Homemaker. This kitchen was inspired by the showroom display, with the real wood Purley door chosen as for the door style. The Homemaker Team went out of their way to create a kitchen that accommodated both an AGA and a 1100mm wide range cooker. They additionally worked to include both a full height fridge and a full height freezer, in addition to including a dresser and pull out larder. All these elements were incorporated into the design with an effortless feel, creating a kitchen full of character and warmth.

When putting forward advice for customers in the market for a new kitchen, John recommends a constructive way to approach a new project is to do plenty of research so you have an idea of what you like and how you intend to use your kitchen.

If you’re based in Wiltshire and are looking for your own bespoke kitchen and personalised design, get in touch with the Homemaker Warminster Team. They’re on hand to discuss your options and provide you with suggestions and a quote.

Visit Homemaker's Showroom:

5-6 George Street Warminster Wiltshire BA12 8QA

01985 219 200



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