ONE of the UK’s leading kitchen companies has invested over £1million in a brand new showroom in Hereford.
Wren Kitchens says there are 43 life-size kitchen screens and virtual reality in its new store at Hereford Retail Park in Newtown Road.
Opened in the former Harveys Furniture unit, Wren Kitchen boasts the largest showroom of its kind in Herefordshire.
Wren Kitchens has opened in the former Harveys Furniture unit at Hereford Retail Park
The unit’s all-new mezzanine provides a “comfortable design hub” and an “interactive faucet and sink lab,” a spokesperson said.
They added that on the ground floor, customers can explore 43 kitchen displays to suit a variety of budgets and styles, as well as an array of storage solutions.
The new showroom has created 25 jobs, including executives, designers, information advisers and home surveyors.
“This is Wren’s 106th showroom in the UK and 109th globally as it continues to expand across the North East coast of America,” they said.
There are 43 full-size kitchens on display, as well as virtual reality, he said
“The British manufacturer welcomed the High Sheriff of Herefordshire, Joanna Hilditch, to cut the ribbon and welcome customers for the very first time.
“The retailer has donated £500 to the worthy cause of the High Sherriff Herefordshire Community Foundation, which improves the lives of local residents.”
There are kitchens to suit different budgets and tastes, said Wren Kitchens
The High Sheriff said: “I have been delighted to open this new kitchen showroom as it has brought new jobs to the area, as well as a targeted training program for employees and real development opportunities. career.
“Wren’s VR is something else entirely – it’s completely unique and an experience I’ve never had before. This fantastic new showroom offers another option for Herefordians looking to renovate their kitchen space.
Showroom General Manager Tom Bordewey brings his experience after serving as Assistant Showroom Manager at Wren’s Gloucester.
The chain now boasts of having the largest kitchen showroom in the county
He said: “After four months of transformation work, it is fantastic to open our doors to the public for the very first time and see their reaction when they enter.
“It really delivers the ‘wow factor’ with everything customers need under one roof, including worktops, handles, lighting, flooring, appliances and virtual reality to bring living spaces to life. kitchens – the possibilities are endless to achieve an affordable luxury kitchen for every taste.”
The showroom is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.