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Display 1.  Hacker Classic Bristol Ash painted, Pearl Grey and Velvet Blue with marble worktops and BORA BIU venting induction hob RRP £ 20,000 now £ 9,500
Display 1AHacker SystematART AV2030GL7000GL Gloss carbon and Dark Real Concrete with Corian surfaces and Miele appliances. Reduced from £ 26,000 to £ 12,000

Display 2.Bespoke hand-made Fimber Painted with Walnut contrasts. Compac quartz surfaces Blaupunkt/Westin appliances..  Reduced from £ 60,000 to £ 24,000

Display 3.  Hacker Systemat AV6000 Taupe & AV5084 Vintage oak ex display kitchen complete. Reduced from £ 29,000 to £ 15,500

Display 4  Bespoke hand-made Sledmere painted with oak contrasts. Granite surfaces Mercury/appliances. Reduced from £ 57,000 to £ 23,000

Happy Christmas!

Wishing all our clients past and present a very Happy Christmas and Prosperous New Year

The Arcade Team

Happy Christmas everyone


Christmas & New Year Opening Times

Saturday 22rd Dec           CLOSED

Christmas Eve                CLOSED

Christmas Day                CLOSED

Boxing Day                    CLOSED

Thursday 27th Dec                OPEN

Friday 28th Dec                    OPEN

Saturday 29th Dec               OPEN

New Year’s Eve               CLOSED

New Years Day              CLOSED

Wednesday 2nd Jan 2019     OPEN

Wishing you a happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year

New Displays 

Our latest Hacker SystematART displays were completed recently and are looking great.

Display 1 Classic Bristol painted ash shaker with bead detail.  Finished in Pearl Grey and Velvet Blue.  Stunning  natural marble worktops.  The display is fitted with a working BORA all-in-one induction hob/extractor.  Please call in for a demo of these brilliant appliances.

Display 1A  Handleless mix using real concrete veneer slab fronts and gloss carbon.  The surfaces are Corian and the sliding breakfast bar is finished in Nougat Oak. Miele appliances and copper accessories complete the display

The floor is is Amtico Click vinyl wide plank and the wall tiles are copper glass.

Click HERE to view the new displays in a showroom walk through


New displays- update..


We’ve chosen an unusual marble surface for Display 1 and it’s on it’s way from Italy as I type...


Let your ideas and senses run wild with the new NEFF oven range. The unique rotating handle and oven door seamlessly disappear underneath the oven, giving you more space to experiment.


Award Winning Design…


This award-winning wall storage from Hacker is now on show in our latest studio display


Customer Satisfaction Is Paramount


we do like happy customers ,,,if a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing well


Hacker Systemat & Classic..

We are pleased to announce that we are now the local partner for Hacker kitchens of Germany.

German build quality and design innovation at an affordable price.

We have now installed our first display in Systemat AV6000 matt lacquer with Vintage Oak contrasts.

Further displays are currently being designed and are due to be installed in the Spring

The Arcade Team


Hacker Systemat & Classic..

Variety is the spice of life, as they say, so what better way to indulge in some holiday escapism – free of charge – than by taking a peek into some of our friends’ kitchens around the world?



Full of exotic, aroma-filled recipes, the Indian kitchen boasts a large array of spices. Yet small kitchens here are becoming more common these days as they require less space and maintenance. Systematic organisation is, therefore, vital.

India is also catching up with the western trend of open kitchens – and fast.



The epicentre of family life, the American kitchen is used to cook, chow down and chat. It’s no wonder, therefore, that for a room that is used for so much, people are willing to splash out. High-tech appliances, such as huge, sub-zero refrigerators, multiple dishwashers and wine coolers may seem extravagant to us, but to many American households are the norm.

“The use of technology in the kitchen is more advanced in the U.S.”, Eva Hoernisch, Group Creative Product Director at Formica Group tells us, “so the integration of built-in screens and chargers is continuing to gain momentum. Under cabinet lighting (LED) is among the most popular kitchen cabinet features and low-tech offerings in the form of interactive surfaces, such as magnetic boards that can be written on, are also on-trend. Contrasting against the growth in technological integration, the concept of built-in green houses and ‘grow your own’ is also beginning to catch on”.

“US kitchens have a tendency to be more traditional using a lot of timber like maple or cherry for cabinets, and with granite or quartz for the worktop”, she adds.



A world leader in kitchen design and innovation, Dutch kitchens are also the heart of the home – often positioned, quite literally, in the centre. One of the most densely populated countries in the world, space is a luxury many houses do not have, so the Dutch kitchen design accommodates this in its traditional galley layout, which is usually set up with two walls of parallel cabinets and worktops – allowing for maximum storage and workspace. To prevent the feeling of being &OpenCuryQuote;closed in’, it often leads to a dining and lounge area.

Almost every kitchen in Amsterdam contains historic details that adds character to the space.



Usually open-plan, centred around an island, the Australian kitchen is a causal space and the hub of family life. Because of its year-long sunshine, some even continue outside, with outdoor kitchens becoming increasingly popular. Ventilation is, understandably, important, so you won’t see a kitchen here without a cooker hood, ceiling fan and windows.

Despite boasting its own enviable climate, the materials used in Australian kitchens often mirror those used in Europe and North America. White tones, combined with earthy materials and textures, seem to be the norm here. Lighting is also very important, with the right combination of LEDs allowing the daytime room to be transformed into an evening entertaining space.

Australian kitchens are really jumping on the smart trend, and with innovative new gadgets – such as fridges that connect to the internet to help with shopping lists – popping up all the time, they certainly know how to ease the workload! More time to enjoy the Barbie, ey?



“Italy has always been known for its exquisite design and style”, Eva says. Renowned for its unparalleled elegance and beauty, the Italian kitchen makes use of natural materials, such as granite, marble and slate, to achieve a modern yet rustic appearance. Flowers and plants are also often used throughout the room to continue the theme of natural décor, as are golds, oranges and yellows to mimic a sunset and blues which represent the sea. A traditional Italian kitchen is usually open, which helps prevent the dark, vivid colours from overwhelming the room.

Italians give great importance to the art of both cooking and eating, which is why you will find their kitchens kitted out with the most luxurious of appliances. Anything that can be put away – such as cooking utensils – is, to enhance the clean and elegant look. But don’t let the focus on luxury deter you from the other very present feature of the Italian kitchen, which is in its warm, charming and inviting feel, reflecting its purpose as a family-orientated room. True timeless beauty.

We can infuse just about any country into your kitchen. Get in touch to see how we can help you!


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