House Beautiful magazine, in conjunction with The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, have chosen PWS as its partner for the supply of two kitchens for the Prince’s House at this year’s Ideal Home Show.

House Beautiful is designing the interior for the Prince’s House and the project includes a two-bedroom home, with an open plan kitchen and a first floor flat. PWS’ new collection, 1909, will feature in the house kitchen with a Second Nature design in the flat.

Design manager, Barry Stubbs and senior designer, Graeme Smith, have worked very closely with House Beautiful’s editor Julia Goodwin and The Prince’s Foundation to ensure their designs are totally in keeping with the project’s aim to create a beautiful home that is contemporary, inspiring, accessible and ultimately reflects 21st century living.

House Beautiful Editor, Julia Goodwin says: “House Beautiful is delighted to be working with PWS on the kitchens in the Prince’s House. The quality, style and craftsmanship of the Second Nature brand makes it an ideal partner for House Beautiful on this exciting project. The new 1909 range emphasises the British heritage of the company and the use of natural materials such as wood and quartz is totally in keeping with the ethos and style of the house.”

The show – which attracted 260,000 visitors last year – runs from 15th March to 1st April at London’s Earls Court.
Andrew Langford, PWS’ marketing manager, “We are honoured to have been invited to partner The Prince’s Foundation and House Beautiful in this very prestigious project.  We have a long-standing relationship with House Beautiful magazine having worked closely with their editorial team for almost 10 years and are delighted that they have chosen us as their preferred kitchen supplier.

PWS’ Milbourne Almond kitchen