Ashford Showroom Relaunch


We held our official reopening of our Ashford Middlesex showroom on 28th January and it certainly drew in the crowds! Following a 3 month refurbishment which saw the entire shopfront being replaced, 10 stunning new kitchen displays and 9 spectacular new bedroom and home office displays, the ribbon was officially cut by company founder and director Richard Flower.

Richard first opened the doors to the showroom in November 1984, the business was originally known as Ashford Fitted Furniture and we have since opened a second showroom in Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire. ‘Over the years we have firmly believed in the importance of showcasing the very latest design ideas in kitchens & bedrooms. When investing in their homes, customers want to see and touch the product in a stylish setting which is why our showrooms are regularly updated’ says Richard.

Grace Flower

Written by Grace Flower

Grace is Marketing Director of Ashford Kitchens and Interiors and is passionate about interior design and home improvements. Grace is immensely proud of their two showrooms, the calibre of their teams and of the service they provide. Grace is excited by the growth of Social Media as it can offer the opportunity to showcase the company’s ethos in a more personable and approachable way.

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