Colourful Victorian Style Bathroom by Keller Design Centre.

Submitted by Robert Lockwood on Sat 22 Sep 2018

Here is a Youtube link to a video of a victorian style bathroom we recently created on Headroomgate Road in Lytham St Annes. We posted this back in June at the end of the project but since then the clients have personalised it and its well worth a second look. 


Please copy the youtube link into your browser in order to view. Thanks.

Stainless steel worktops.

Submitted by Robert Lockwood on Sat 20 Jan 2018

We don't have enough photo's of this installation in Peckham to put in our main Gallery but we want you to see the very slim profile made to measure stainless steel worktops with the seamlessly welded sink and sloped drainers and welded upstands made for Keller Design by Blanco in Germany.

Headroomgate Rd.

Submitted by Robert Lockwood on Sun 15 May 2016

In the last 8 years we have installed a home office to number 59 - fitted kitchens to numbers 79 and 81 - then a nip back to 81 to install a bathroom and en-suite, then back to do a bedroom and Jack & Jill bathroom at 59 - then a new fitted kitchen at number 75 - then a kitchen at number 44 and then a 2nd bedroom at number 59, a kitchen and ensuite at 36, a victorian bathroom at number 8 and then a single story side extension with a new fitted kitchen at 59. 

A really big thank you to the residents of Headroomgate Rd for all your support. 


My task is to read things not yet on the page.

Submitted by Robert Lockwood on Sat 23 Jan 2016

Many kitchen showrooms choose to give customers what they think they want, but that's not my approach.

My job is to figure out what you are GOING to want. Henry Ford said "If I'd asked customers what they wanted they would have told me a faster horse!" People don't know what they want until it is shown to them.

Nothing rings truer in our showroom where clients very rarely finish up with what they thought they were coming in to buy.

Velux Skylight

Submitted by Robert Lockwood on Tue 12 Jan 2016

If you suffer with poor quality daylight in your kitchen why not have us fit a Velux window in your pitch roof at the end of a light tunnel as part of your kitchen refurbishment? They operate with solar power and have rain sensors to close them automatically,