As kitchen designers are focusing on maximising every inch of space in their designs, PWS has revamped its Design Centre to include a dedicated area showing the very best in smart storage solutions. 

Encompassing a space of more than 80 sq m, the area displays an extensive range of Kesseböhmer products allowing visiting retailers, and consumers, to fully appreciate their quality, ease of use and exceptional storage capacity.

From swing larders to tandem larders, slimline pullouts to magic corner solutions, there are over 170 storage options in the Kesseböhmer product portfolio to fit just about every space imaginable.

Comments Andrew Langford, marketing manager at PWS: “There’s a growing demand for clever ways to maximise storage and we anticipate this will only get stronger. As the average size of the British home shrinks, consumers are looking for innovative ways to get the most out of their cabinet space. 

The trend towards open-plan living has also had an impact on the popularity of smart storage, as consumers want to hide the day-to-day items out of sight.”

The PWS Design Centre extends to 1700 sq m and as well as the dedicated storage areas also includes zones for the company’s 1909, Second Nature and Metris furniture brands and displays a vast range of PWS’ worksurface and handle options.  The Design Centre is updated on a regular basis with recent display additions including the Milbourne in-frame and Remo Elm designs.

The Design Centre is open for trade customer visits from 9am-4pm by appointment only, Monday to Friday, with later opening on a Thursday evening and Saturday mornings. Visits can be arranged by contacting PWS customer services.

The new Kesseböhmer area in the PWS Design Centre