Local News | Silverbrow Kitchens and Interiors Bring their Magical Touch to AndoverThe eagerly awaited Silverbrow Kitchens and Interiors showroom, has opened its doors in Andover’s Picket Piece Commercial Centre.

Silverbrow offers an extensive kitchen range, with a massive sixteen displays available to view at the new Andover branch. The showroom combines an exciting mix of contemporary and classic designs, with unique features and captivating colour combinations.

It was the Founder, James Edwards’ Cheshire childhood to which Silverbrow Kitchens and Interiors owes it rather unusual name.

The ‘Legend of Alderley’ tells the story of 140 knights pure of heart, deep under a hill that is ‘the edge’ overseen by a wizard ‘Cadellin Silverbrow’ who has the power to wake the knights when the country is in need.

James and his co-director wife, Samantha Edwards have certainly brought that magical touch to Andover with the Kitchen and interiors experts boasting over 14 years experience in the industry, with the original Winchester showroom launching in 2001. Silverbrow are specialists in the design, supply and installation of luxury fitted kitchens, bedrooms and home studies and they also provide bespoke furniture.

The showroom has been welcoming customers since the 18th July but will be officially opened by Iris Andersen, The Mayor of Test Valley on Saturday 5th September.

A host of activities will take place for the duration of the opening weekend including a champagne breakfast on Saturday morning and cooking demonstrations by a top Siemens Home Economist will be running throughout.

There will be plenty of food and drink available to sample and the Silverbrow team of designers will be on hand to answer any questions.

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