Best kitchen brands John Lewis kitchens
John Lewis offers a range of kitchens with many styles and budget options, from cool and contemporary to classic Shaker looks.
Soft-close drawers and doors come as standard, and drawers extend fully for easy access. Drawer and door fronts are detachable for cleaning.
John Lewis kitchens come with a five-year guarantee.
John Lewis kitchen styles and prices
Cheapest: City 2 (First Collection) £2,713 (pre-assembled). Base unit (600mm) with a drawer and a door £170.
Most expensive: Windsor £8,142 (custom-made, pre-assembled). Base unit (600mm) with a drawer and a door £417.
Most popular: Vermont £5,107 (custom-made, pre-assembled). Base unit (600mm) with a drawer and a door £691.
How to buy: Instore – all branches except at At Home, Trafford and Knight & Lee.
Planning service: Included as standard (free) with in-store orders. There's a refundable £50 charge for a home visit.
Installation: Optional extra carried out by contractor at the price of £30.74 per unit. Installation costs start from around £1,500 per kitchen.
Customer verdict: One reader told us: ‘The project management was outstanding, with issues being resolved very effectively. The entire emphasis was on client satisfaction.' Another reported: 'We bought our kitchen from John Lewis with confidence that it would do a good job and this has proved to be well founded.'
Prices are correct as of March 2013 and include a sink and base unit, one double base unit, three single base units, four wall units, worktops and housing for an oven and dishwasher, plus handles and fixings, but not appliances or installation. Prices are non-sale and inclusive of VAT except where noted.
How John Lewis compares
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