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Parlour Farm, Cirencester: Häfele Studio Partner of Year 2017

PUBLISHED: 17:04 15 June 2017 | UPDATED: 17:04 15 June 2017

(c) Parlour Farm

(c) Parlour Farm

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Every member of the design and workshop team is extremely proud to be a winner of this prestigious kitchen award. As a small family run business it is all the more extraordinary to be recognised in such a large national award ceremony

Dino Mussel, Parlour Farm’s Managing Director, comments: “We are delighted to accept this award. As a local business we have been crafting handmade kitchens in the Cotswolds for over twenty years. It is great news that all the hard work with the support of Häfele is being recognised.”

Craig Chambers, Managing Director, Häfele UK comments: “At Häfele we pride ourselves on offering only the very best quality products and we hand-pick our Studio Partners based on their commitment to quality, service and innovation to make sure that this is reflected in the customer experience. Parlour Farm is a model example of our Studio Partnership scheme, growing their business from strength to strength along the way. The company has shown dedication, commitment and full support and is a deserving winner.”

The Parlour Farm Cirencester showroom has a palatable level of excitement around this award, only enhanced by a brand new kitchen display and with a second more contemporary installation coming within the next few weeks.

(c) Parlour Farm(c) Parlour Farm

A new range of appliances, Sub-Zero and Wolf, have also been welcomed into our large showroom. These statement appliances notonly look fantastic but have truly professional functions that improve any cooking experience. The large stainless steel appliances are complemented by one of our new standard range of colours, Farrow and Ball Studio Green. This bold colour choice adds a huge drama into the space and offers our customers something completely different from our most famous farmhouse finishes.

Dino Mussell along with his mother Tina Mussell and Austen Rowley took over the company in 2015, during this period the company has evolved and taken a new direction – although always staying strong to its roots.

Upgraded finishes along with high end internal components, from the Häfele range, have elevated the company and month on month an increased demand for our Parlour Farm Kitchens has been seen.

(c) Parlour Farm(c) Parlour Farm

Dino Mussell “I am extremely proud of all my staff and their passion for the company I have inherited. My designers are very talented at listening to all the needs of our customers and work tirelessly to create something beautiful and individual.”

The vision for Parlour Farms’ future is to continue with innovative solutions for the everyday family space and luxury rooms, venturing beyond kitchens into freestanding furniture, boot rooms and even full-house renovations.

Visit the Parlour Farm website here

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