9 of the best kitchen brands in the UK
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9 of the best kitchen brands in the UK

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Homebase

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Brent Darby

Best for: affordable surprises

The Homebase kitchen collection runs the gamut from classic shaker styles to sleek, high-gloss slab kitchens. Those favouring country styles will likely be drawn to the bestselling Whitstable kitchen – a robust shaker design available in 11 colours. You can create something truly bespoke too with custom shelving and storage, and a choice of worktops and hardware.

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deVOL

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DeVol

Best for: a forever home

A deVOL kitchen is a lofty design dream for most of us, and for good reason. Very few brands can match the quality of materials and integrity of craftsmanship of a deVOL kitchen, and if you do invest, make sure it’s for a forever home. Their website includes the most beautiful inspiration gallery to help you dream up your own.

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Magnet

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Harlequin

Best for: mixing and matching colour

Magnet have a real variety of bespoke kitchens that all feel contemporary and fresh. They’re the perfect choice if you want a rainbow of colour options – we were really inspired by Sophie Robinson‘s multicoloured Magnet kitchen that mixes pale pink, mustard yellow and berry cabinets.

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Neptune

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Neptune

Best for: quintessential country

If you’ve always dreamt of a classic kitchen straight out of a country home, Neptune is the place for you. Choose from three simple designs – the Henley, a handsome solid oak or painted timber, the Suffolk, a pared back shaker, and the Chichester which has Georgian-style painted cabinetry.

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Tom Howley

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Tom Howley

Best for: the sociable kitchen

Tom Howley really has the host in mind. His kitchens are thoughtfully finished with clever wine storage, space-saving pantry units and integrated appliances that work seamlessly and effortlessly for busy families and for those who take entertaining seriously.

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Wren

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Wren

Best for: reliable high street kitchens

A high street stalwart with a huge array of designs and colours to choose from, coupled with some handy services like free design consultations and a network of showrooms across the country.

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Pluck

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Malcolm Menzies

Best for: modern country

If you’re looking for an alternative to the classic shaker, Pluck should be your first stop. All of their kitchens are designed to be simple and clutter free, made from a robust sustainable wood with colourful finishes available.

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Olive & Barr

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Olive & Barr

Best for: traditional styles

Olive & Barr represent traditional craftsmanship for the modern kitchen. If we were renovating an elegant townhouse, their timeless, handcrafted kitchens would be our first pick.

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IKEA

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Ikea

Best for: affordable kitchens

The best options for first-time buyers or those renovating on a budget. IKEA make simple and reliable kitchens (along with a handy design service and online kitchen planner tool) in an assortment of sleek Scandinavian styles.

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Rachel Edwards is the Style & Interiors Editor for Country Living and House Beautiful, covering all things design and decoration, with a special interest in small space inspiration, vintage and antique shopping, and anything colour related. Her work has been extensively translated by Elle Japan and Elle Decor Spain. Rachel has spent over a decade in the furniture and homeware industry as a writer, FF&E designer, and for many years as Marketing Manager at cult design retailer, Skandium. She has a BA in French and Italian from Royal Holloway and an MA in Jounalism from Kingston University. Follow Rachel on Instagram @rachelaed 

 

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