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Wickes Extends Kitchen Range To Include Forest Green Shade

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Wickes’ Chester Kitchen Range has now been extended to include a brand-new, stylish and on trend colourway, Forest Green. 

This premium painted narrow framed shaker provides a versatile update on a classic style and can be fashioned three different ways – traditional, modern and ultra-modern, just by the choice of handles and accessories. New Forest Green joins Wickes’ collection of Showroom Kitchens with the total portfolio now offering renovators 44 trend-led kitchens to choose from.

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Available from the 8th September, the launch of the Chester Forest Green colourway taps into the growing interior trend for dark tones and creates a stylish and sophisticated personality with a sense of balance and renewal.

Bringing the outdoors inside with this restorative green colour scheme, produces a beautiful and vibrant yet natural atmosphere. A green kitchen can contrast seamlessly against white walls or alternatively, the ‘colour of life’ can also be used as a backdrop to the kitchen, or as a strong statement. When it comes to styling, shoppers can introduce soft pastels and metallics to complete the look. 

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Paul Bangs, Category Director of Kitchens & Bathrooms at Wickes, says
 “We’re always listening to our customers to ensure we keep our fingers on the pulse when it comes to new trends, colours and materials, which is why we are excited to launch the Chester Forest Green colourway. We’ve seen customers fall in love with our Midnight coloured kitchens and believe this new rich shade will have the same impact, perfect for those customers looking to make their kitchen not just functional but interior and style led.” 

Not only can customers buy their new kitchen from Wickes, they can complete the look with tiles, paint and flooring at the same time. Earlier this year, Wickes announced the launch of a new Virtual Design Service which allows customers to create their dream kitchen or bathroom from home if they don’t want to come into the store. Customers are able to request their appointment via the Wickes website, or via phone. Once confirmed, a Design Consultant will be on hand every step of the way, from arranging either the virtual or face-to-face session, to providing inspiration, advice and guiding through the design process.  

Information on how the service works can be found here on the brand’s virtual design page, this includes a video with their Design Consultants describing the process, together with showing customers where to go to book their appointment

Source : Wickes

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11 September 2020

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