Ey up my faithful blogworms, hopefully, this blog finds you well and it works. We’ve been having teething problems setting this up alongside our new website.
This coming week we would like to announce a new showroom manager will be taking over the helm here at Milestone HQ. Chris Robinson is the chap who will be joining us, an enthusiastic, creative fella who we trust will be the very fella who will help us drive Milestone into a brave new world. With the revamped website and an increased range of Eco products to offer, there’s never been a better time to look at having your new kitchen sustainably produced.
We are revisiting some product designs that were commonly available nearly 30 years ago when we first started out but bringing them bang up to date and relevant for today’s market.
These fab little midway units are just one example, they tuck into the space between your wall units and worktops and provide great little space for those everyday items that need to be to hand and easily reachable.
And don’t forget that with our creative design skill and ability to produce any unit any size and shape, these are the sorts of things that make a Milestone kitchen just that little bit cleverer and work that bit better than any of our competitors. As importantly, we can do it for sensible cost and very competitively on price. Something that people often don’t consider when looking to independent local businesses like ours.
Local businesses like ours strive to be effective in a local community and to keep the high streets all over the country alive and vibrant. We all try our hardest and should be the first places you consider when looking to buy anything new for your home.
It can be a brave new world even if we are trying our hardest to re-kindle the community spirit of the brave old world. Sometimes as we’ve found here, old ideas re-invented can still be new ideas to people who’ve never seen them before.
Full of creative spirit!
PS, I’ve just previewed this before I post it and it still isn’t working properly but I hope you can read it well enough to follow it.