Howdens launches two new ranges with 'first-to-market technology'

KitchensProducts Tue 1st Aug 2023 by KBBFocus

Howdens launches two new ranges with 'first-to-market technology'

Howdens launches two new ranges with 'first-to-market technology'

Trade kitchen supplier Howdens has announced the introduction of two new Shaker-style kitchens to its collection – Halesworth and Bridgemere. The new ranges are made with a woodgrain emboss and a soft matt lacquered finish giving an accurate replica of painted wood, which the company says creates the look of a timber Shaker, but at a more affordable price point.

The authentic painted timber effect has been created through a 'first-to-market technology', delivering what Howdens describes as the ‘best-ever effect’. The foil used by Howdens for its Halesworth and Bridgemere ranges is created with an innovative finishing system. Both ranges have also been manufactured using materials and technology to reduce CO2 emissions, offering customers and homeowners a more environmentally friendly option.

The Halesworth range is characterised by a modern appearance thanks to its refined Shaker frame, and is available in eight on-trend colours, from Porcelain through to Charcoal. Bridgemere's beaded door detail gives it a more heritage-inspired look. The Bridgemere range comes in three classic colours – Navy, Dove Grey and Porcelain. 

Ady Heaton, head of design, said: “We’re delighted to be bringing these new kitchen ranges to market, to offer our customers gorgeous, modern-heritage Shaker-style kitchens made with a combination of pioneering technology and great design that has resulted in the best-ever replica of a painted timber Shaker. Halesworth and Bridgemere are both customisable, with decorative accessories available to help homeowners achieve the high-end timber shaker look for less.”

Pictured is Howdens' new Halesworth kitchen in Dusk Blue.

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