Homebase customers can choose from 19 different kitchens, including modern, traditional, handleless and shaker kitchens.
There are eight kitchens in the Homebase-branded range, which come flat-pack. Finishes include wood and gloss and a range of colours. It is also selling contemporary House Beautiful kitchens and farmhouse-style Country Living kitchens, which both come ready to install.
In some Homebase stores you can also buy Küchenmöbel kitchens – a European kitchen brand.
Homebase has a price-match guarantee, which it says means it's never beaten on value.
To help you decide whether to buy your kitchen from Homebase, we assessed its units in our lab and asked more than 3,000 Which? members about their kitchens, including those from Homebase.
Which? members can to find out how Homebase was rated by its customers for its value for money and customer service, as well as how Homebase kitchens compared when our lab assessed them. If you're not a Which? member, you can to see our full kitchen reviews.
We assessed two of Homebase's kitchen ranges in our lab: Flatpack and Country Living. You can choose from a range of different doors, colours and finishes with each, though the cabinets underneath are the same.
Homebase kitchen unit lab assessment results
Lab overall score
Quality of units
Drawers and runners
We asked 3,848 Which? members who bought a new kitchen in the past 10 years to tell us about it, including Homebase customers. These results show which brands have the best customer service, planning and design services and value for money, according to their customers.
Homebase kitchens: survey ratings
Design and planning
Quality of cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops
Quality of finish
How well cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops lasted
Value for money
We also asked Homebase customers to tell us how well different parts of their kitchen have stood the test of time, and what they think of the quality of their kitchen's doors, drawers and worktops.
Homebase doesn't have its own installers so we don't have customer ratings for its kitchen installation.
You'll need to find your own kitchen fitter or install your kitchen yourself. Homebase partners with a home installation firm, Homeprojects, to fit some of its kitchens. We'd recommend you use Which? Trusted Traders to near you.
There's a free design service in many Homebase stores, for which you'll need to book an appointment. Social distancing measures are in place.
Virtual design appointments are available instead if you would prefer, or if your local store isn't offering in-store appointments.
Homebase's kitchen designers will create a 3D plan of your kitchen and discuss your preferences and styles.
There's also a kitchen visualiser tool on its website so you can get a feel for different styles and combinations of cupboards and worktops.
Homebase doesn't employ kitchen fitters but partners with home installation firm Homeprojects to fit some of its kitchens.