The showroom has 74 full size kitchen displays, an appliance studio and an interior design studio, and is set to create 20 jobs in retail, design and surveying.
Alongside VR software, the Wakefield showroom will host dual screen 3D software and panoramas, which will allow customers to visualise their kitchen with the help of an expert designer.
The showroom opening comes as part of Wren’s continued UK expansion, which aims to see the hundredth Wren showroom opened this September.
‘We’re excited to open our doors in Wakefield’ said Wren Kitchens’, says Wakefield Showroom Manager, Bradley Cousins.
‘Wakefield is a thriving and vibrant city, and we’re delighted to open our doors to local customers and help them in designing their dream kitchens.’