McCarron & Co Showroom Visit
Posted on March 09 2018
Visiting the McCarron & Co Notting Hill showroom to discover more about their bespoke kitchen and furniture designs.
Having fallen in love with the McCarron & Co Instagram account, I had the great pleasure of meeting with the team at their Notting Hill showroom to discuss their designs and learn more about the company and their incredible bespoke designs. During my visit, I captured the showroom in a series of photographs and videos, selecting my favourites to take over the brand's Instagram account to document my discoveries.
Located on Westbourne Grove, McCarron & Co's Notting Hill showroom exhibits a variety of design styles, showcasing the level of bespoke detail the brand can achieve, from kitchen cupboards that use innovative solutions to make the most of awkward spaces to impressive glass-fronted wine rooms that can effortlessly store a prized collection to the desired temperatures in style. There really is nothing that McCarron & Co cannot achieve and whilst at first glance it may appear to be a kitchen brand, I was soon to realise that the talent and craft did not stop there.
Presenting an impressive portfolio of luxury designs, I was able to talk to the team about the processes required to complete a project, from the initial concept to the planning, craft, construction and completion of a design. What fascinated me the most was just how different each project was from the next, everything from rustic kitchen designs to modern living space storage and multimedia units, displaying everything that is beautiful and concealing everything that needs to be hidden. With their workshop located in the Wiltshire countryside, a skilled team of designers and craftspeople are able to take on a vast array of projects designed entirely around a customer's needs to a level of detail almost unimaginable to many of us.
With so many different areas to explore, the showroom was a treasure trove of amazing designs. Being an avid fan of wine, the wine room was an instant hit and it was great to see how different varieties of wines can be stored in the same place, looking great at the same time. It was a unit downstairs, however, that really caught my attention, making me truly appreciate the level of detail that McCarron & Co produce. What appears to be a regular full height cupboard sends jaws dropping once opened, revealing a kitchen compacted into a cupboard. Featuring a microwave, coffee machine, toaster, plentiful storage and even the kitchen sink, the unit has to be seen to be believed, an example of what can be achieved in such a small space with luxury bespoke design.
For further details, showroom locations and previous work, please visit the McCarron & Co official website via the link. I would like to take the time to thank the team at McCarron & Co for their time and introducing me to their incredible company. I cannot wait to see more designs as they develop in the future.