Uform invests in Design Centre revamp

Measuring 7,000sqft, the space features a product research and development area

12 Feb, 19

Kitchen furniture manufacturer Uform has invested £100,000 in a Design Centre refurbishment at its Co Antrim-based premises in Northern Ireland.

Uform invests £100k in Design Centre revamp

Over the past four months, the company has upgraded its 7,000sqft space to include displays from its consumer brand Kitchen Stori.

In addition, the space now incorporates a product research and development area for capturing customer feedback, with a section that focuses on colours and finishes.

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Commenting on the revamp, Uform’s product and design manager Sara Cotter said: “We’re extremely pleased to be able to unveil a fresh new look for our Design Centre.

“We’ve made a substantial investment in this space and based on feedback from our trade customers to date, we’re thrilled at how will it has been received.

“The space propels product design to a whole other level, the fusion of colours, finishes and ranges on display really show retailers the extent of choice and endless design possibilities that our products offer.”

Cotter continues: “In addition to this, our continual focus on product innovation is key as we look ahead to what we’ll be bringing to market in 2019/2020 and beyond.

“Our new research area incorporates a number of prototypes and survey software to empower our retailers to have their say in future product ranges.”

The Design Centre is open by appointment only.

Uform has recently invested in Paint to Order production to reduce lead times.