Measuring up is the perfect starting point when planning your new kitchen. Taking some time to create an accurate plan will make the rest of your project run smoothly. Ensure you double check your dimensions at a couple of heights around your walls, if in doubt always plan your kitchen around the smallest dimension.
When you’re planning any kitchen it’s important not to plan it too tight! If you plan to exact wall sizes then you’ll more than likely come across problems during the installation. Allowing small 15-40mm fillers between units and walls will give you more space to play with and stop handles clashing. Starting to plan
We pride ourselves on the clarity of our pricing. We clearly display and individually list all elements you require to purchase and install you new kitchen. Unlike some of our competitors who will only provide you with a final price. At diy-kitchens.com we believe you should know, understand and decide where you spend your budget.
Our easy to use shopping cart will guide you through the journey of purchasing your new kitchen. Why not use our unique ‘Style your own kitchen tool’ to help you decide which door style, worktop and handle you like. Give our ‘Unit & Door Configurator tool’ a go to view different door styles with
When planning your new kitchen design, one of the first considerations about units that you’ll need to make is regarding the corner unit. Always start planning from the corner and decide on what type of corner unit you are going to have, to help you make the most of all your kitchen space. Get
We offer a comprehensive range of plinths, panels & accessories in cabinet and door material. Cabinet material accessories are more cost effective than door material accessories but are not recommended/suitable for use with all door styles. Please note: some products are only available in door material. Video
We offer a huge range of appliances, sinks & taps and all from leading suppliers such as CDA, Franke, The 1810 Company and Carron Phoenix. We work closely with our partners to ensure that each appliance we supply is suitable for use with our cabinets. We realise UK kitchens aren’t always the largest. That’s why
For a pain-free kitchen installation you need to plan ahead. Prepare for the delivery by checking the width of your entry doors to make sure any tall units or L shaped corner units will fit through the opening, don’t forget the units will arrive rigid. If you think there might be a problem with
All of our cabinets are supplied rigid (unless otherwise specified) with drawers and wirework factory fitted and all necessary fittings included, this dramatically reduces the fitting time compared to a flat pack kitchen. Your kitchen will arrive with a Technical Fitting Guide, which sets out all the information you need to fit your new
This video shows our in-house kitchen fitter fitting a complete Abbey kitchen in our Pontefract showroom. Get some tips from this video if you are planning on installing your own kitchen. Download our technical fitting guide Video