Furniture

Symphony Group | Harvard

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, this year, Symphony has introduced a contemporary take on a Shaker design with Harvard.

19 Apr, 21

As kbb furniture manufacturer the Symphony Group looks to celebrating its 50th anniversary, this year, it has introduced a contemporary take on a Shaker design with Harvard.

Symphony Group | Harvard

 

Harvard is available in three colours – Pebble, Hunter’s Green (pictured) and Charcoal and features narrow frames in a one-piece Shaker .

It boasts a smooth, lacquered foil finish, which incorporates anti-fingerprint properties, so has been created for longevity and durability in modern, hardworking kitchens.

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With a colour palette influenced by the trend for neutrals, it can be complemented by stainless steel appliances, timber dining furniture and marble or concrete-effect worktops.

It also works with darker tones and the deeper shades of Hunter’s Green and Charcoal are synonymous with the trend for bolder, more dramatic use of colour in the kitchen.

Specifically consumers and prospective homeowners are seeking greens and blue toned greys.

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The Symphony Group is one of the UK’s largest, privately owned manufacturers of fitted kitchen, bedroom and bathroom furniture.

It employs 1,500 people across three sites in Yorkshire and supplies independent retailers, merchants, private developers and social housing providers.

Kitchen, bedroom and bathroom brands include the Laura Ashley Kitchen Collection, Laura Ashley Fitted Bedrooms, Gallery, Linear, Aquadi and Urbano brands.

Most recently, Symphony has partnered with The Used Kitchen Company (TUKC) to improve sustainability in the kitchen sector.

This move will see the furniture manufacturer encourage its retailers to recycle their ex-display kitchens and urge customers to recycle their old kitchens through TUKC.