Tom Howley launches new Cheltenham Showroom, and exclusive new paint colour: periwinkle

Bespoke kitchen maker, Tom Howley, has announced the launch of a new showroom in the heart of Cheltenham, and an exclusive new paint colour called periwinkle.

Tom Howley has added to its 16-strong stable of exquisite showrooms across the UK. A 20 minute Walk from Cheltenham Spa station, the new Cheltenham showroom can be found at 1-2 Montpellier walk, Cheltenham, GL50 1SD. Set within a classical frontage featuring the famous Caryatids of Montpellier, the seamless Tom Howley experience is heightened by its illustrious location.

Every Tom Howley kitchen is designed and built specifically for each client, tailored to individual lifestyles and personal tastes. The new showroom in Cheltenham showcases the enduring style of the country kitchen via the five collections on display. From the intricately bevelled silhouettes of the Summerville and Devine collections to the sweeping modernity of the Butler and the new Kavanagh designs, the showroom also features the most popular Tom Howley collection, the Hartford, in brand new, exclusive paint colour, Periwinkle.

Tom Howley, the pioneer of the refined Shaker-style, country kitchen, has launched a new, exclusive paint colour to its curated colour portfolio.

Introducing a new paint colour always holds a strong narrative for Tom Howley. The bespoke kitchen maker takes the time to consider the meaning of colour in the wider industry, giving it a name that is not only memorable, but evokes the essence of its namesake. The inspiration for the names of Tom Howley’s paint colours comes from plants and flowers, providing clients with a strong aesthetic point of reference.

“Contextualising these colours with evocative names helps to inform our clients’ choices. Without its botanical reference, blue kitchen cabinetry is just that. Instead, we named our new vibrant blue, Periwinkle – the electric blue of the beautiful garden flowers.” – Tom Howley, Design Director

“This warm blue is the perfect choice for creating a kitchen with a confident, stylish personality. A versatile shade with warm undertones, it takes on a range of tones depending on the lighting. On a bright sunny day it looks grey and fresh, while on a rainy day or at twilight the lovely violet hues come through.” – Helen Reeks, Creative Development Manager
Discover the first Periwinkle kitchen by Tom Howley in the new Cheltenham Showroom.