Posted 4th September

Wren Kitchens creates 20 jobs at new Blackburn showroom

4th September 2019 - 10:25am
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Retailer Wren Kitchens has created 20 local jobs at its new Blackburn showroom, which is opening on the 13th September at the Peel Centre and is the company’s 82nd showroom.

The 12,230sq ft showroom is located in the former site of an Onit Furniture store. The space has the UK’s largest range of storage solutions including magic corners, spice racks, wine racks, larder units, pantries, cook’s tables and integrated pet beds, Wren said.

On the showroom’s opening day, guests will be treated to complimentary food and drink, and will be able to trial interactive 3D virtual reality headsets.

“We’ve completely renovated the former Onit Furniture store to our impeccable high standards, so that we can offer an inspirational space for our customers to discover a world of affordable, luxury tailored kitchens,” said Wren Kitchens Blackburn showroom manager Helen Winstanley.

“From shaker to country, industrial and ultra-modern styles, we have something for everyone with over 30 kitchens on display and with more than 10 million possible combinations, there are endless opportunities to create a completely unique space.”


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