Wren Kitchens promises the 'largest and most diverse kitchen range'. It offers 50 colours, 15 worktop finishes and 10 styles of doors.
It sells modern, traditional and shaker kitchens, with gloss, matt or wood finishes. Its three kitchen ranges increase in price and choice from the Vogue flat-pack units, to ready-assembled Infinity units and Infinity Plus, which is built bespoke and has the biggest choice of designs.
Wren Kitchens says that it makes the majority of kitchen components at its factory in North Lincolnshire, and all of its manufacturing is in the UK.
To help you decide whether to buy from Wren Kitchens, we sent its kitchens to our lab and surveyed 3,848 Which? members about their kitchens.
Which? members can to see how Wren Kitchens' units did when assessed them in our lab, as well as how its kitchens were rated by its customers for its durability, customer service and value for money. If you're not a Which? member, to access this.
We assessed Wren Kitchens' three kitchen ranges in our lab. You can choose different styles, doors and finishes to add to these base units.
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Ratings are overall and encompass a number of different assessments.
More than 200 people who have bought kitchens from Wren Kitchens in the past 10 years responded to our survey. We asked them to tell us about the quality of their kitchen and how well it has lasted, as well as about Wren Kitchens' customer service and value for money.
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We also asked kitchen owners to rate the different components of the kitchen they bought for how well they have lasted, as well as quality of worktops and doors they chose.
It's your choice between using Wren Kitchens' installation service, choosing your own fitter or installing your kitchen yourself.
We asked people who have used Wren Kitchens' installers to tell us about it, including rating the quality of the install, how quickly it was completed, mess made and how well the installers communicated.
If you're thinking of installing your Wren Kitchens kitchen yourself, you can also read how our lab found building and installing them.
This will also unlock our , 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.
You can choose between in-store, online and at-home appointments with Wren Kitchens' designers. All are free and you'll discuss layout and design requirements.
During in-store and online appointments, your designer will create a 3D plan and 360 virtual reality view of your kitchen and give you an estimated price. Consultations usually last about 60 to 90 minutes.
During an at-home appointment, the designer will measure your kitchen, discuss your ideas and suggest their own. You'll also be able to see samples and brochures. These consultations are usually 45 minutes or less.
Wren Kitchens offers kitchen planning software, which you can use on its website to try out different combinations of colours and styles.
Yes, Wren Kitchens has an optional fitting service at extra cost. The installers it uses are approved by Wren Kitchens and it says that their workmanship is independently audited.