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Wren Kitchens review
By Liz Ransome-Croker
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Our Wren Kitchens review reveals what the company's customers really think of its kitchens' quality and value for money
We've surveyed thousands of kitchen company customers to reveal how Wren Kitchens compares with rival brands, such as Howdens Joinery, John Lewis and Magnet.
Which? members can log in now to unlock the tables below and see how Wren Kitchens was rated by its customers for its durability, quality of products and finish - overall as well as its separate components - customer service and value for money.
You can also see how they rated its installation service, and read comments from Wren Kitchens customers.
Logging in will also reveal whether Wren Kitchens scored highly enough in our survey to be assessed in the lab by experts, and whether it made the cut to be a Which? Best Buy - only three brands were worthy.
If you're not a Which? member, you can join Which? to see this, plus reviews of thousands of products, from washing machines to ovens.
Wren Kitchens customer satisfaction survey results
In our survey, we asked people how satisfied they are with the brand and whether they would recommend it to a friend. We then combine these to create an overall customer score. We also ask customers to rate specific elements, including value for money and quality, from one to five stars.
Visit our page on the best and worst kitchen brands to find out how Wren Kitchens compares with other brands.
Wren Kitchens units, doors, drawers and worktops
This time, in our survey, we asked people to rate the quality and durability of different components of the kitchen they bought, as well as overall.
Wren Kitchens installation
In our survey, we also asked kitchen owners about the installation process, including rating the quality, mess made, speed and communication from the installer, to see whether it's worth opting for Wren Kitchens' installation service.
See how Wren Kitchens installation compares with other kitchen brands by visiting our kitchen installation page.
Wren Kitchens kitchens
Click through our gallery to see a range of Wren Kitchens kitchens across different prices and styles, including modern and traditional kitchens.
Wren Kitchens (previously Wren Living) has three kitchen ranges, divided by price: the cheapest Vogue range, the Infinity range, and the Infinity Plus collection.
As well as by price, you can search Wren Kitchens' kitchens online by style (Shaker, modern or traditional), by finish (matt, gloss or wood) or by colours, which include muted reds, blues, greys and cream. All the ranges mix together modern and traditional styles.
Cost of a mid-range Wren Kitchens kitchen: Log in now to discover the price of a mid-range Wren Kitchens kitchen when we went undercover to visit each brand to ask for a specific kitchen layout in summer 2017.
This will also unlock Wren Kitchens' scores and our kitchen costs page, where you can see how Wren Kitchens 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.
Planning/design service: Free design service at home where the designer will come to measure up and give advice on what will suit your needs. You'll then need to go in store to see the final plans drawn up. You can also book an appointment to go in store for advice. Wren Kitchens offers kitchen planning software, which can be accessed online at home.
Installation: Optional fitting service at extra cost. It's not carried out by Wren Kitchens installers, but is organised by the company. All Wren Kitchens units come pre-assembled.
Kitchen appliances, flooring and tiles: Large kitchen appliances from a range of brands, kitchen flooring and wall tiles, all fitted at extra cost - visit our home appliances page to find the best appliances for you.
Which? kitchen survey and assessments
To find out which are the best and worst kitchen brands, in October and November 2017 we asked 3,443 Which? members about the kitchen they had bought in the last 10 years, and their experiences with the brand they bought it from.
In 2018, we assessed three units (a base unit, wall cupboard and a drawer unit) from the kitchen brands that achieved a customer score of 70% or more, as well as four or five star ratings for all five elements we asked people about in our survey.
See how the brands compared in our survey on our page on the best and worst kitchen brands, and find out more about our assessments on our Which? Best Buy kitchen units page.