Home and garden experts Homebase is bringing the best of its products, ideas and inspiration to Bradford, with a brand-new store on Enterprise 5 Retail Park.
Opening later this year on Bradford Road, the 34,500 sq. ft store and 10,000 sq. ft. garden centre will have everything customers need for their home and garden projects, including products, inspiration and advice from its expert team members.
Team members will be provided with externally accredited training, including City & Guilds gardening and kitchen design qualifications, to help customers create homes and gardens they love.
Customers will be able to recreate trends in their own homes, with paint and wallpaper from leading brands and beautiful home furniture and accessories, from statement chairs and cushions to lighting and candles. A wide range of tools and hardware and flooring and tiling will be available to complete any home project. Dream kitchens and bathrooms will become a reality with free design consultations using 3D visualisation software available in the showroom and Bathstore.
With more than 40 years of gardening expertise, Homebase’s specially trained team members will help customers with the products, advice and inspiration they need for any outdoor space, from balconies to lawns.
In the meantime, customers can shop over 35,000 home and garden products online at homebase.co.uk and find plenty of inspiration and helpful advice guides too.
Grant Anderson, Homebase Retail Director, comments: “I’m really proud that we’re returning to Bradford and we’re looking forward to being able to help the local community transform their homes and gardens once again.
“We know our customers are often inspired by what they see online, and when they visit our new store, they’ll find everything they need to bring these ideas to life. That’s where our brilliant store team will come in, to help our customers give it a go with all the products and advice they need to get the job done.”
This new store marks Homebase’s return to Bradford, having previously had a store on Harrogate Road, which closed in 2018. It follows the opening of its Cheltenham and Abingdon stores earlier this year.