If one (or more) of your New Year’s resolutions concerns a new kitchen, complete with the sort of statement appliances that any professional chef would be proud of, head over to Bryan Turner Kitchen Furniture in Wymondham, which has just become Norfolk’s first displaying dealer of Sub-Zero and Wolf UK refrigeration and cooking appliances.
The American brand, established in 1946, pioneered the concept of heavy-duty, stainless steel range cookers and refrigeration and has since become a firm favourite of A-list celebrities and aspiring home chefs alike. Fans include Jamie Oliver, Stella McCartney, Sir Michael Caine, Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Bernie Ecclestone.
Meanwhile, closer to home, Norfolk’s very own Galton Blackiston of Morston Hall, is also a confirmed fan of Sub-Zero and Wolf.
Until recently, Norfolk residents keen to invest in these state-of-the-art appliances had not been able to view the Sub-Zero and Wolf range in their own county. However, with the arrival of several, key appliances from the brand at Bryan Turner Kitchen Furniture in Wymondham, there's little need to venture further afield.
On display at the company’s newly refurbished Fitzmaurice Court premises are examples of Sub-Zero’s integrated floor-to-ceiling refrigerators and freezers, a similarly proportioned wine cooler and a suite of built-in Wolf cooking appliances, which include an oven, steam oven and – just in time for the big Easter lunch – a warming drawer.
Bryan Turner, founder and managing director of Bryan Turner Kitchen Furniture says, “We are absolutely delighted to be appointed as the first displaying dealer of Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in Norfolk. We’ve been supplying both brands for a number of years, but it’s great to be displaying them, here in Wymondham, and I have every confidence that visitors to our design studio will be very impressed.”
Meanwhile, Craig Davies, Managing Director of Sub-Zero and Wolf UK – says, “We’re really pleased to be showing Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances within such a prestigious location in Norfolk. Bryan has long been regarded as the go-to name for luxurious kitchens in the county and I think this will only be enhanced by the design studio’s display of Sub-Zero and Wolf.”