- New Edgbaston Showroom
Opening Autumn 2018
We are delighted to announce that our 4th showroom will be opening in Edgbaston, Birmingham later this year. The new showroom will showcase our latest contemporary and classic kitchen designs. With 2 floors of beautiful kitchens on display it will be a perfect place to find inspiration and start your kitchen project.
The new showroom is located on the Harborne Road in Edgbaston, Birmingham, right next to Morrisons supermarket and their car park. We have ample free parking on the Morrisons car park next door which is about 10 steps from our front door!
4 Harborne Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
The Harborne Road in Edgbaston is easy to find and is just a stones throw from the Five Ways Roundabout. Located close to Birmingham city centre, Edgbaston is easily accessed by the city’s ring road and the A456 – one of the main arterial routes in and out of the city – allowing quick access from the M5, M6 and the national motorway network.
Edgbaston Village is a vibrant leisure and lifestyle location with an array of gastro delights ranging from the Michelin starred Simpsons restaurant, through to the award-winning The High Field gastro pub, The Edgbaston cocktail bar, restaurant and boutique hotel, El Borracho de Oro Spanish tapas restaurant and bar, The Blue Piano South-East Asian restaurant and bar to Laghi’s Deli restaurant. More recent additions include The High Field Town House, with its 12 boutique rooms, The Physician public house, Boston Tea Party café and The Studio venue.
Edgbaston is renowned for its elegant homes, internationally recognised sports venues such as Edgbaston Cricket Stadium and Priory Club, and outstanding private and state educational establishments. It is also home to two of the largest universities in the West Midlands region – the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City University, and the city’s developing Medical Quarter. Edgbaston boasts historical and architectural interest including the Botanical Gardens, Edgbaston Hall, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts and Midlands Arts Centre.
Edgbaston Village has a growing range of places to dine and shop
There are inspirational home and lifestyle stores: OKA, who specialise in beautiful home furnishings, and Neptune, with their lovely furniture and home décor, in addition to EF Medispa, sk:n, Sky Clinic and JYG Hair & Beauty who offer a range of beauty treatments.
Once you have enjoyed the shopping there is a tempting array of places to eat, drink and stay from Michelin-starred Simpsons restaurant, through to award-winning The High Field gastro pub. We’re especially excited about Loki wine bar, who have just opened their second store, which is on Greenfield Crescent. You can find out more here www.lokiwine.co.uk.
Birmingham is home to six Michelin-star restaurants, so there is plenty of choice for fine dining. Simpsons is literally around the corner. Led by chef director, Luke Tipping, Simpsons has earned a reputation for offering one of the best dining experiences in Birmingham. www.simpsonsrestaurant.co.uk.
We are especially fond of our neighbour El Borracho or “El B” as it’s fondly referred to. They are passionate about authentic, fresh and delicious Spanish food. We particularly like their slow cooked meats and delicate fish dishes. www.elborracho.co.uk.