One of the displays at RGB Building Supplies’ new kitchen showroom.

RGB opens kitchen showroom at Porthleven branch

Published:  10 December, 2014

RGB Building Supplies has recently opened a new kitchen showroom at its Porthleven branch and is inviting tradespeople along to view the new range of kitchen displays, and enjoy a complimentary mince pie and coffee!

The showroom, based at The Withy Field, Methleigh Bottoms, opened its doors on 1 December and is a dedicated centre for kitchens and appliances. The eight kitchen displays allow visitors to see how the units and appliances will look in situ.

The new Porthleven showroom is an official supplier of Chippendale kitchens, known for its graceful lines, effortless functionality and distinctly British design. Neff and Caple appliances are also available.

Jamie Webb, showroom manager at RGB Porthleven, said: “The ranges are timeless and beautifully crafted and our displays are there to not only showcase a range of kitchen options, but to also offer inspiration to those in the profession and people who are looking for ideas for their own kitchens. Our mantra is ‘A company well built’ and as we have been established for over 150 years, we certainly have the experience to give sound advice to trade customers and the public alike in terms of product choice, fitting and adhering to budget.”

An onsite design service is also available, allowing customers to explore the various design possibilities and see 3D visuals of their preferred styles.

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