Rushden Lakes is gearing up to welcome its fifth and final store to the new East Terrace as Wren Kitchens joins the line-up.
The British kitchen designer and manufacturer Wren Kitchens will be opening its doors to shoppers at 9am tomorrow (Friday) with its showroom featuring 58 kitchen displays, as well as a virtual reality installation that allows customers to immerse themselves within their kitchen designs and gain a unique ‘try before you buy’ experience.
The new store will be located in the East Terrace and will join Hobbycraft, Decathlon, Cotswold Outdoor and AJ Cycles, which have already opened there.
Paul Rich, centre manager at Rushden Lakes, said he is thrilled that the East Terrace is now fully occupied.
He said: “The openings across the East Terrace during the summer have gone down a treat so we’re sure Wren Kitchens will also be very well received by our shoppers.
“Wren Kitchens will be our first Rushden Lakes store dedicated to big purchases and with its bespoke services dedicated to planning and fitting, we think it’s going to be very popular with our shoppers.”
The new store will be Wren Kitchens’ 72nd showroom and has created 26 new jobs.
Robert Dougan, showroom manager of Wren Kitchens at Rushden Lakes, said: “Wren Kitchens consistently revolutionises the kitchen industry, making it the most exhilarating workplace.
“Being part of this prosperous business makes me proud to be a showroom manager.
“I am looking forward to providing Northamptonshire, and the surrounding areas, with a ‘must-visit’ kitchen showroom; offering state of the art technology and the very best kitchen displays.”
For more details about the new store go to www.wrenkitchens.com/showrooms/rushden_lakes.