Echoes of Neptune Kitchens at English Revival

At Kitchen Designers we’ve long admired the approach that established interiors brand, Neptune kitchens has taken. The company has a five-step list of core kitchen priorities including materials, construction, the build itself, the finish and a commitment to providing an end product that represents value for money. The Neptune kitchens ethos and way of working has many parallels with the English Revival brand, which is one of our best-selling kitchen collections at Kitchen Designers. Read on to find out more about both.
Kitchen craftsmanship
It’s the attention to detail that has attracted many an Kitchen Designers customer to an English Revival kitchen. The brand prides itself on delivering solid oak kitchens that are bespoke, hand-made and hand-painted, and which feature traditional in-frame craftsmanship. Neptune also makes much of the quality of its materials, favouring carefully sourced timber, such as oak, tulipwood and poplar. Quality cabinetry is a priority at Neptune kitchens too: cabinets are fully framed and built using traditional furniture-making techniques, such as dovetailing and mortise and tenon joints.Neptune kitchens
Built to last
The attention to detail described above means that both Neptune and English Revival kitchens are built to last. Neptune kitchens strives to provide “bespoke, clever designs for your home that will last a lifetime” – an ambition that is backed by a lifetime guarantee for every home that uses one of its approved installers. Over at English Revival, the Mereway company that owns the brand offers a ten-year guarantee that extends not only to its kitchen cabinets but to accessories such as cutlery inserts, plate holders, pull-out waste bins and drawer boxes. Doors including those for pull-out base units, larders and sink drawer units are also guaranteed for up to five years, giving multi-person households complete peace of mind.
Emotional appeal
Classic kitchens such as Neptune and English Revival aren’t simply practical purchases – both collections have plenty of emotional appeal too. Neptune likens kitchen design to throwing a party, with the need to set the correct mood, choose the right ingredients and create the space to do what you love most – dine, drink and dance. Instead of feeling confined by your kitchen’s existing layout or location, potential customers are instead encouraged to think about how, when and why they will be using it. At English Revival the emphasis is on the winning combination of exquisitely made kitchens that evoke a sense of past refinement while retaining all the functionality and features to suit today’s modern lifestyles.
Collections and connections
The four flagship kitchen collections offered at Neptune kitchens are its Chichester, Suffolk, Limehouse and Henley designs, the first three of which are offered in 28+ different paint colours. (The Henley is provided in natural oak.) In comparison, the initial choice at English Revival – between Shaker Style and Modern Classic – seems reasonably straightforward. There is, however, lots of lovely decision-making to enjoy after you have taken this initial step. Colours, handles and customised cabinets and drawers will all help your English Revival kitchen to feel truly unique.
Big brand endorsement
Genuinely great products tend to attract big brand names. This is as true in the world of kitchens and interiors as it is anywhere else. One of the most respected retailers in the country, John Lewis, stocks both the Neptune and English Revival ranges. How’s that for an endorsement?
At Kitchen Designers, we are proud to offer the English Revival ranges at extremely competitive prices that won’t be beaten anywhere else on the high street.
Why not pop into one of our showrooms in Aberdeen, Banchory, London or Kent – or check out the English Revival range online today?