Kitchen retailer Kutchenhaus has undergone a six-figure transformation at its flagship showroom in York, to build on its 11-year heritage in the city and expand its product range to offer homeowners a one-stop-shop across kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms.
The new-look store located at Foss Island Retail Park was officially unveiled to customers on 6th January, with the second floor being expanded to incorporate bathrooms and home storage solutions through to sliding doors, room dividers and wardrobe systems.
Kutchenhaus is owned by Europe’s largest kitchen manufacturer, Nobilia – providing quality, German-engineered kitchen solutions at affordable prices. It boasts over 30 stores across the UK, with its flagship York showroom the first to offer such a breadth of home interior products, in addition to its core kitchen ranges.
It boasts 10,000 square foot of retail space and will be unveiling both the latest kitchen designs for 2020, combined with new innovations such as the state-of-the-art Raumplus sliding TV doors that are only on display exclusively in York.
Andy Wilton, manager and designer at Kutchenhaus in York, said: “We’ve got a fantastic local heritage and customer base in York but we want to ensure the store continues to grow by investing in its future and diversifying our product offering. Our reputation is built on providing quality kitchens, however, it’s a major boost that we can now also offer shoppers home interior solutions across both bedrooms and bathrooms.”
Sean Ford, national head of sales and operations for Kutchenhaus, said: “We’re delighted to be putting so much investment into our York store and transforming it into a real flagship location for the brand.
“The new-look store will no doubt offer an engaging environment that is at the forefront of home interior design. We hope it will be well-received by customers from York and surrounding areas and wish Andy and the team all the best for what promises to be an exciting year ahead.”