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PROPRTY & INTERIORS - WREN KITCHENS


MUST-HAVE METALLICS


Also trending this season are gold accents and metal finishes. Wren’s Milano kitchen is defined by its sleek lines and the gleam of colour that comes from its exclusive profiles. Profiles add an extra dimension to your kitchen and you can choose from Gold, Copper or Chrome metal-effect options to block colours such as crisp Bianco or sultry Nero. Milano kitchens come in more than 60 colours including on trend pastels and blues, and are also available with a Shaker door and soft, tactile Ermine finish.


New colours available at Wren Kitchens


To coincide with the new season, Wren Kitchens has released a new collection of colours - the Macaroon Collection. This new colour collection is inspired by the pretty pastel shades found in the patisseries of Paris. There are 12 delectable colours that make up our new collection which is just as irresistible as the delicate, sweet macaroons themselves. Available with a sophisticated matt finish, the colours range from a delicate Rose to zesty Lemon Curd, Jelly Bean, Spearmint, Apple Fizz, Piña Colada, Bubble Gum, Blueberry, Lavender, Marshmallow, Gummy Bear and Cotton Candy and give customers even more options to help them create a kitchen that’s unique.


And - as customers have come to expect from Wren - the Macaroon Collection is mouthwatering affordable.


To see the beautiful Macaroon Collection kitchens in all their glory - and the rest of Wren’s extensive kitchen collection - please visit your nearest Wren Kitchens Showroom. There are 70 Wren Kitchens Showrooms across the country - to discover your nearest one, visit www.wrenkitchens.com for details.


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