Neptune Fulham was our very-first London store to open. It’s based on the bustling Wandsworth Bridge road but towards the slightly quieter, residential end because, after all, we try to make our stores feel more like homes than stores, so it seemed like a more fitting habitat. Forming the ground floor of a red-brick London townhouse, we’re fortunate that instead of pavement outside our front door, we have the original chequerboard Victorian tiles. We’re also within walking distant of underground, Overground and railway stations.
Designing a kitchen is like throwing a party…
You want to create the mood, get the ingredients right, make sure there is a flow of people, room to prepare and space to dine, drink and dance. After all, it’s the heartbeat of the home.
The perfect kitchen is one that suits a lifestyle. Our Designers think about how it will be used and who will be using it. Whether it’s the dream of reluctant gourmet or budding chef, or for a hungry family of four or convivial entertainment host, we design to reflect these differing requirements.
The magic doesn’t just come from great kitchen design alone, it’s borne into the bones of our cabinetry which is built using the finest materials and traditional carpentry techniques.
A skilled Neptune Kitchen Designer will:
You’ll have an obsession for exceptional design and service with a knack for dealing with people. With previous design experience, you’ll have a strong working knowledge of CAD based design software supported by the ability to organise and prioritise.
We’re looking for someone with a natural warmth and friendliness and with a highly professional approach to business.
Not only do we offer a highly competitive salary but also a discretionary bonus scheme, pension and a great range of other benefits. If we’ve engaged your senses and you’d like to know more, please send your CV and current salary detail.
We’re fortunate to receive hundreds and hundreds of applications every week. You’ll never receive an automated response from us – it’s something that we find too impersonal – and while we try to respond to every email, the sheer volume sometimes makes that difficult. So, if you don’t hear from us within 14 days, this means your application hasn’t been successful. We read every single one though, and if we think you might be relevant for a future role, we’ll keep your details somewhere safe, and will come back to you in the near future. Thank you.