Here at Sheraton we’re continuing this tradition of seamlessly combining the practical, the beautiful and the flexible by creating a stunning collection of luxury kitchens that are crafted for today’s way of life.

Made in Britain

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At Sheraton we’re very proud of our British heritage, not to mention our reputation for designing and manufacturing an outstanding range of durable, high-quality kitchens. All of which are made using the latest manufacturing techniques at our modern, purpose-built factory in Yorkshire.

But being British isn’t just about geography. It’s about having a forward-thinking attitude and a natural flair for ingenuity. Good British design has always set the trends and pushed the boundaries, which is something we strive to do with every kitchen we create.

Wherever we can, we use British components in our Sheraton Kitchens. But to help ensure we maintain the highest possible standards, we also source materials from around the world. These are then combined and manufactured in the UK to produce a superior quality kitchen, backed by unrivalled customer service.

‘True’ Rigid Kitchen Cabinets

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Sheraton kitchen cabinets are ‘true’ rigid kitchen cabinets. By that we mean that they are made using traditional glue and dowel techniques ensuring there are no visible fixings or redundant drill holes. Sheraton cabinets are put through a state-of-the-art cabinet press resulting in a more robust, squarer and higher quality kitchen unit.

Not all rigid cabinets are ‘true’ rigid cabinets - many are simply flat pack units supplied pre-assembled. If you want a kitchen that will stand the test of time then a Sheraton kitchen is the perfect solution.

George Clarke - Company Ambassador

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George Clarke is an accomplished and passionate architect as well as Creative Director of the architectural practice, George Clarke + Partners. In addition, he’s a writer, lecturer and TV presenter.

“I’m delighted to be working with Omega, a company that’s genuinely passionate about good design and great British craftsmanship."

George Clarke