A Wren Kitchens design has been crowned Kitchen of the Year 2021 by Britain’s best-selling homes magazine Ideal Home, showcasing the very best in design, materials and craftsmanship.
Judged by a panel of industry experts, the showstopping Infinity Plus Shaker kitchen has been expertly designed for modern living. It incorporates a multi-material island with dedicated seating, colour matched cabinetry and a home office integrated seamlessly within the space.
The judges were won over by the attention to detail and on-trend use of colour - Jade and Soft Cotton shaker units and white Venice Xena Quartz worktops. The overall effect is a luxury kitchen which is truly affordable because it is designed, manufactured and delivered by Wren, exclusively for Wren.
Wren’s design expertise and quality British manufacturing make them industry leaders.
Wren Kitchens Showroom Development and Design Director, Darren Watts, said: “We are very proud of our British manufacturing, expert design and product innovation.
“All of our kitchens are designed, developed and made in the UK to the highest standards. We are committed to UK manufacturing and great British design which means we can create affordable luxury kitchens.”
The focal point of the award-winning design is the multi-functional island with cook’s table and layered timber and Xena Quartz worktops. Wren manufactures all Xena Quartz at its state-of-the-art UK-based manufacturing facilities, to keep quality high and prices low for customers. It’s a unique, hardwearing and low maintenance material created by combining the strongest materials on earth with manmade resins.
Wren prides itself on offering bespoke, quality kitchens that are affordable to everyone. The Infinity Plus collection is the largest kitchen range in the UK, offering millions of combinations with a range of over 1,600 units and feature styles, and customers can choose from the Spectrum range of nearly 2,000 colours.
It is also the only company to have been awarded FIRA Gold for both product and installation by the Furniture Industry Research Association and only works with professional installers who share its values and commitment to its customers.