The UK’s number one kitchen retailer Wren Kitchens is delighted to announce it has relocated its Warrington showroom to Junction 9 Retail Park to offer an inspirational, new design experience including the use of virtual reality.
Located in the city for seven years, Wren Kitchens has now moved to a prime location on the A49 leading in and out of the city, and the impressive 21,700 sq ft showroom boasts 83 unique kitchens on display.
The Mayor of Warrington, Cllr Maureen Creaghan, cut the ribbon on the open day and Wren Kitchens donated £500 to The Mayor’s Charity Appeal which supports four local worthy causes; Warrington Hospital’s Forget Me Not Unit, JUMP, Lifetime and PAPYRUS.
The Mayor of Warrington, Cllr Maureen Creaghan, said: “I’ve been completely blown away with Wren’s showroom, the enthusiastic and committed team and the overall business concept – it’s amazing and like nothing I’ve seen before.
“The donation is so generous, and I’m thankful as it will give my local charity funds a much-needed boost.”
Warrington Showroom Manager, Matt Douglas, said: “We’re delighted with our success in the city of Warrington, however after seven years we decided to relocate for enhanced connectivity in and out of the city.
“We’re excited to say that we’ve relaunched with a fantastic new look that offers a much more inspirational and interactive customer experience.”
The new showroom with a mezzanine floor boasts a unique design centre featuring two virtual reality studios where customers can explore a full-sized model of their kitchen in 3D. It allows them to walk around the layout of their new kitchen, as well as the ability to interact with appliances, drawers and storage solutions.
Customers can explore a host of bespoke items and clever storage solutions such as dedicated wine cellars, magic corners, pull out towers and units, walk-in pantries and spice racks, perfect for the smallest of spaces or to create a chef’s haven.
Another Wren Kitchens exclusive is the interactive appliance centre which enables customers to get hands on with different appliance features and technology such as self-cleaning ovens, voice-controlled lighting and hobs with built in extraction.
The open plan design suites are where customers work with a designer and bring their dream kitchen to life, in a relaxed environment whilst viewing both 3D and 2D images and plans of their kitchen on a 55” screen.
Wren currently has two other showrooms in the Cheshire region including Chester and Altrincham.
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