Kitchen retailer Wren Kitchens has invested over £1 million in transforming its Swansea showroom with over 70 new kitchen displays and virtual reality.
The 31,160 sq. ft. showroom located on Enterprise Park, is the biggest kitchen showroom in Wales, and the retailer saw Swansea City legend Lee Trundle cut the ribbon to officially open the newly refurbished store.
It’s created a further seven new jobs in retail, bringing the total to over 30-strong team members including kitchen designers, surveyors and management.
Refurbishment works included the complete reconfiguration of the mezzanine floor with comfortable open-plan design suites, virtual reality to bring dream kitchens to life and a brand-new concept – Apollo Space – which showcases the choice of infinite storage solutions in a singular display.
Sian Cunningham, Wren Kitchens Swansea Showroom Manager, said: “We’ve been part of the Swansea community since 2014, and it’s exciting that we’re continuing to invest in the area by offering our customers a completely brand-new state-of-the-art experience.
“Our showroom looks absolutely outstanding after months of transforming it to the highest standards, and it was a great feeling to see our first customers walk through the doors and see their reactions as they walk in!”
Customers can explore a host of kitchen displays including minimal, dramatic, classic and industrial styles as well as utilities, boot rooms and wine cellars. They can also see clever storage solutions such as magic corners, pull-out towers, walk in pantries and spice racks, perfect for the smallest or biggest of spaces.
The showroom also showcases Wren’s brand new bespoke Xena Quartz and Luxury Laminate dining tables, as well as its naturally inspired flooring range.
Wren offers complete kitchens including worktops and appliances from as little as £2,500, but also design kitchens for some of the UK’s biggest celebrities such as Rylan Clark, Megan McKenna and Lucy Watson.
The Wren Kitchens Swansea showroom is open Monday to Fridays 9am-8pm, Saturdays 9am-6pm and Sundays 10.30am-5pm.
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