My Neptune Experience: In Store & In My Home

The NEW Bath Store

We have been waiting for the Neptune store to arrive in Bath and it was perfect timing, after recently completing on a house that has the Limehouse Neptune kitchen fitted. This store is a showstopper, located in a converted old tram shed, it exudes style and contemporary living, inside and out.

As soon as you enter you instantly feel relaxed, walking into a calm oasis away from the busy hustle and bustle of the city – but still only a short walk from the main high street. It really is like you are walking into someone’s home. Who would have thought that visiting a furniture shop would make you feel this relaxed?

Just like walking into a warm welcoming home. I would love to snuggle up on that sofa and watch a film!

The store flows really well, walking from kitchen to living room to bedroom, of all different styles. The area I am a particular fan of is the homeware accessorises section with collections of beautiful jars, vases, photo frames, kitchenware and more. So far, on both of our visits we have left with at least one small accessory (we have now visited multiple times since writing this and bought even more 😉 FYI) .

That’s why I think it’s a great place for everyone, whether you have a Neptune kitchen or not, you can add small touches of Neptune throughout your home.

Artificial flowers – YAS! My go-to! (I’m rubbish with keeping flower alive)

The store displays various kitchens, including our very own Limehouse kitchen (below). It was great to see it all set up, helping us come up with new ideas for our home. We were inspired from room to room, making our interior thinking hats explode with excitement. I think the only problem we had was that we wanted every single thing in the shop. If only we could live in a house with four different kitchens!

On both visits we enjoyed sitting outside the front of the store on their terrace, trying out their various outdoor seating arrangements. It was lovely that the staff were so welcoming that even after we had bought something they invited us to stay, have a cup of tea and enjoy the sunshine.

We can’t wait to keep popping in, to see the friendly staff and continue our interior design journey with Neptune.

Want to see our Neptune kitchen? Take a peek below…

Introducing our beautiful, stunning, Limehouse kitchen. We are SO happy with our kitchen – it’s the perfect style of contemporary combined with traditional country living. The warm grey colour makes the kitchen feel super cosy, making it a space we spend most of our time in.

Teapot and cups from Neptune.

From top to toe, this kitchen displays great quality craftsmanship. When we moved in we were told that the surfaces were even suitable for resting hot pans or cutting fruit and veg on. It’s really reassuring to know that this kitchen is made to last, using high quality materials.

Blue glasses also from Neptune.

Other things we LOVE about our Neptune kitchen:

  • The soft closing draws
  • Under counter lighting which can be switched on and off separately to our main kitchen light. It really adds to the cosyness at night
  • Deep draws which are great for stacking pots and pans
  • Multi-use cupboard storage – a hidden cutlery draw within one of the larger draws
  • The fridge, washing machine and dishwasher are hidden away so all cupboard doors match

As I mentioned before, it’s perfect timing for the Neptune Bath store to arrive! We just can’t wait to add more of Neptune’s seasonal homeware to our new abode.

(FYI: Their new Autumn season homeware is out now – think gorgegous rugs, throws, cushions, candles, all in warm Autumnal colours. It’s time to get snuggly again so have a little browse now and prep for those cooler Autumn nights www.neptune.com)

Thank you to Neptune for a great experience in store and in our home too!

 

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Thanks for reading peeps!

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