Price Guide

From Budget-Friendly to Exquisite Bespoke

Navigating the Cost of Your New Kitchen

   Kitchen pricing can be complex, but having an understanding of its components will help you make informed decisions and potentially avoid regrets. Let’s take a closer look at three main kitchen price categories.

Modular Kitchens

From £4,750

   We partner with one of the UK’s most successful family-run kitchen cabinet manufacturers to bring you showroom-quality kitchens at the lowest price. We not only share a passion for exceptional design and craftsmanship, we also admire the story behind the company’s success in transforming thousands of people’s homes.

Average cost: £5,000-£20,000

Custom Made Kitchens

Tailored to You

   The ever-popular Italian-made Belgravia door collection is an excellent choice for designing exquisite kitchens. The scale of production and efficient manufacturing practices can save you up to 35% compared to fully bespoke kitchens. Belgravia is the most popular kitchen  among our clients. It offers incredible versatility, combining standard with bespoke kitchen components and fully custom-built cabinetry.

Average cost: £30,000-£40,000

Bespoke Kitchens

Beyond the Ordinary

   Our high-end kitchens represent the pinnacle of luxury and exclusivity. With endless possibilities, these kitchens are designed and crafted entirely to your specifications. From exquisite materials to intricate details, every aspect of your dream kitchen is meticulously tailored to You.

Average cost: £40,000-£60,000+

Which Kitchen is Right for You?

   Choosing the right kitchen depends on your unique circumstances and priorities. For first-time buyers and young families managing multiple expenses, modular kitchens offer a budget-friendly solution. On the other hand, those in later stages of life or with more disposable income often lean towards custom-made and luxury bespoke kitchens. Custom kitchens can be tailored to personal needs, featuring premium elements like bespoke cabinets and walk-in pantries, elevating the kitchen to a luxurious standard.

Frequently Asked Questions.

 The average cost of a kitchen in the UK ranges from £5,000 for a small kitchen to £35,000+ for a large one. The final price depends on various factors, such as kitchen size, materials, appliances, and installation. Choose materials and appliances that suit your lifestyle and preferences, ensuring they will stand the test of time. High-quality materials may have a higher upfront cost, but they often offer greater durability and aesthetic appeal, enhancing the resale value of your home. Ultimately, the ideal kitchen investment aligns with your budget, lifestyle, and long-term goals. 

  • Research thoroughly before making decisions.
  • Avoid impulsive purchases driven by FOMO sales tactics.
  • Seek recommendations from those who have recently renovated their kitchens.
  • Communicate your budget clearly to ensure tailored proposals.
    Consider modular cabinets as a cost-effective alternative.

Kitchen renovation expenses primarily go towards cabinets (30-40%), appliances (15-25%), worktops (20-30%), and installation (10-20%). Don’t forget additional costs like preparation work, including removing the old kitchen, plumbing and electrics, flooring, plastering, and decorating.

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