B&Q kitchens have just had an update, and we're SERIOUSLY impressed. The new GoodHome collection is a budget-friendly, eye-pleasing collection designed to suit a range of house styles and it's totally blown all other DIY store kitchens out of the water. Even bigger bonus? Their old kitchen collection – which isn't too shabby either – is on sale at a massive 40 per cent. A win win if you ask us.
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Our favourite 5 new B&Q kitchens
The Garcinia Gloss Stone Shaker kitchen (opens in new tab) with integrated handles (above) is shown here in a matt stone finish (but is also available in a darker grey). This is a versatile style that’s well suited to a traditional or a contemporary home. Prices for an eight unit galley kitchen start at £1,848.
These Chia dark wood doors (opens in new tab) (above) are fab for a contemporary look kitchen, bringing warmth and texture to your kitchen for a welcoming feel. The perfect match for practical dark-coloured worktops, too. The kitchen also comes in a lighter and greyer wood look if this finish isn't on the nose for you. And the price is pretty attractive: an eight unit galley kitchen would cost from just £948.
We love love love the Alisima white gloss slab kitchen (opens in new tab) (above), which also comes in grey. The doors are lacquered to give them depth, and because the glass-like finish is super reflective, it makes this kitchen a great choice for smaller spaces as it reflects light into the kitchen. An eight unit galley kitchen costs from around £1,948.
The Alpinia Oak Shaker style kitchen (opens in new tab) (above) is a real crowd-pleaser. The classic framed doors are pleasingly chunky, simple and functional. The oak effect finish shown is warming, perfect for creating that sociable hub in a kitchen diner. But, if oak doesn't do it for you, this kitchen comes in white, grey and stone, too. An eight unit galley kitchen costs from £1,248.
Blue kitchens are still a hot trend for the years ahead and this Artemisia Matt Midnight Blue Shaker kitchen (opens in new tab) (above) is right on the nose for creating that cool, contemporary/retro look. An eight unit galley kitchen would cost from around £1,298.
And our top pick of the B&Q kitchen sale...
The Santini Gloss White Slab kitchen (opens in new tab) (formerly known as the IT Glass White Slab – now that's rock 'n' roll) – is a bit of a Bulthaup lookalike if you ask us. It combines simple lines with a smooth gloss finish for an ultra-minimalist look. Perfect for modern homes, small spaces and kitchen diners for reflecting light and making a room feel bigger. Also available in Anthracite and Cream, an eight unit galley kitchen would have cost you from around £1,017 but is on sale for £781. Bargain.