Wickes has been selling kitchens since 1972 and has 230 stores across the UK where you can shop for a kitchen.
It says its kitchens are 'trade quality' at low prices. You can choose between pre-built and flat-pack units in a range of styles and colours.
Wickes 15 kitchen ranges include modern and classic designs, with and without handles. There's a choice of six colours and gloss or matt finish.
We've assessed kitchens from Wickes in our lab and asked more than 3,000 Which? members, including Wickes customers, about their kitchens to help you decide which brand to buy from.
Which? members should to see how Wickes was rated by its customers, how its units were assessed in the lab and if its units are Best Buys. If you're not a Which? member, you can to see our full kitchens reviews.
Lab overall score
Quality of units
Drawers and runners
Ready to Fit
More than 3,000 Which? members who bought a kitchen in the last 10 years told us about the quality of their kitchen, how well it has lasted and whether they consider it value for money.
Design and planning
Quality of cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops
Quality of finish
How well cupboards, doors, drawers and worktops lasted
Value for money
Whether your kitchen wears well over the years is important, as well as how impressive it looks when it's new. So we asked owners of Wickes fitted kitchens to tell us about how well the doors, drawers and worktops they chose have lasted.
Wickes can fit your kitchen, or you can choose your own installer or fit it yourself.
Kitchen owners in our survey who had used Wickes' installation service told us what they thought of the process, including the speed of installation, mess made and quality to see whether it was hassle-free or a stressful experience.
We assembled Wickes' kitchens in our lab too so have some insight into how easy they are to fit yourself.
This will also unlock Wickes’ scores and our , where you can see how Wickes compares on price with other kitchen brands and how we collected these prices. You can also find out how much the average kitchen costs and read our tips on how to keep costs down.
Yes, Wickes offers a free design appointment, which you can choose to have in-person or by video call. The designer will look at your space (and measure it, if they come to your home) and advise on what will suit your style and needs.
Once plans are ready, you'll be invited in-store to see the design as a 3D visualisation, discuss changes and get a quote.
Wickes also has an online tool so you can play around with different combinations of ranges and colours.
There's an optional fitting service at extra cost, using its national network of Wickes Approved kitchen installers. The fitting service includes a technical survey of your space before your kitchen is fitted.