Wren Kitchens continues to rapidly expand its retail offering in North London, as it opens two inspirational kitchen showrooms within two weeks of each other
The leading kitchen retailer, manufacturer and designer has created over 50 local jobs with the recent openings of Enfield and Edmonton showrooms. Wren has five other showrooms in North London located in Beckton, Staples Corner, Romford, Acton and Hayes.
The 15,878 sq.ft. Edmonton showroom located at Ravenside Retail Park opened its doors to the public on Friday, 6th December. The former Next Home retail unit has been completely transformed to encompass over 30 kitchens on display, a 3D virtual reality room to help bring dream kitchens to life, an appliance studio and tonnes of storage solutions on show.
“We’re delighted to be officially open in Edmonton and its an incredible moment seeing it all come together after four months of transformational works,” said Wren Kitchens Edmonton Showroom Manager, Suleman Jalil.
“It really does have the wow factor as it’s full to the brim with inspirational kitchen ideas where you can see, feel and try most of our kitchens, products and appliances.”
The Edmonton showroom contains an all new concept to the market, Wren’s interior design studio, which can be pre-booked at the showroom by local interior designers. It has a large range of samples, design books and inspirational mood boards to assist in the design of a dream kitchen.
Meanwhile the 14,975 sq. ft. Enfield showroom opened today (Friday, 13th December) at Enfield Retail Park. It showcases nearly 50 kitchens from ultra-modern, to edgy industrial and charming country designs. There is a vast array of taps, sinks, handles, worktops and appliances to peruse.
This recent opening is part of Wren’s wider retail expansion plans with a further 14 showrooms planned to open in 2020.
“It’s an exciting time for Wren as we continue to grow our presence in the retail market,” said Wren Kitchens Enfield Showroom Manager, Colyn Wolf.
“We’re looking forward to inspiring and designing kitchens for those in the local area for many years to come as our designers can offer expert advice to transform any sized kitchen space on any budget.”
Mayor of Enfield, Cllr Kate Anolue, was proud to open both North London showrooms. She said: “First impressions are really important for a retail business and I’ve been blown away with the employees at both Edmonton and Enfield showrooms.
“It’s fantastic to see Wren has employed local people who are genuinely happy to work for the company. The environment that you work in is important, and the showrooms are an inspirational place that you feel like you never want to leave!
“The £1,000 donation from Wren towards my mayoral fund will make a huge difference to the community and I’m very appreciative of it.”
Wren is all about offering affordable luxury kitchens and with 10 million different combinations, the possibilities are endless to perfectly tailor a kitchen. Its Spectrum colour range means customers can colour match anything to their kitchen cabinets such as their favourite piece of crockery or a swatch of material.