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Oak Textured Painted Kitchens

Browse DIY Kitchens' kitchens, designed and installed in real homes by real people throughout the UK. All ordered online through our website. Read and watch their thoughts and experiences and also take a look at some of the photos they have sent us.

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Cento Wenge

Rob from Leeds "Here are some kitchen pics. There's a before, during and after shots. Still pleased with the quality of the units a year on. All working well and running smooth. "

Malton Oak

Alison from Cleveland "I love my new kitchen it is my favourite place in my home it is the heart of my home. I heard about DIY from my kitchen fitter and I am so glad I took his advice. The beautiful dog in the photo is called Marley.

Thank you for making my home a wonderful place. The kitchen is the first room you walk in too and every day, it takes my breathe away. I love it, it is pure quality, so thank you DIY Kitchens, the paw prints are from Marley x "

Cento Oak

Karen from Normanton "We heard about DIY kitchens from the daughter of our Architect who was drawing up the plans for our new kitchen extension. We love the modern look of cento oak but wanted a warm feel and therefore teamed it up with brown/cream veined quartz worktops and brown & cream accessories."

Cento Oak

UMAR from Leicester "This Cento Oak kitchen cost me 2133 for the units. The Duropal worktop was an additional 303 but I bought this from a 3rd party supplier and I paid a carpenter 160 to get the cuts done.

The kitchen units arrived on the specified date at 7pm and I had 48 hours to check it out. The free Yorkshire teabags and biscuits were a pleasant surprise and a nice touch. The only items that were missing and highlighted by the driver were 2 cutlery trays. The shipment was well packaged and also well labelled. This helped greatly when trying to determine if everything was present.

I found one error. I had asked for the wood grain to be horizontal on the peninsula back panel but in fact it was vertical. I raised a ticked on the website and this was very promptly answered. They apologized and dispatched the correct one within a week free of charge. The system of tickets for queries is superb as it allows full trace-ability of any issue and my tickets were even answered at 8am on a Sunday. That was very reassuring and impressive.

Once I fitted the kitchen I found one issue with the final base unit. The doors were aligned but the drawers were not. I checked the squareness and found both drawer fronts were not square. Once again I raised a ticket which was answered quickly. They apologized and manufactured replacements and couriered them to me all within a week.

I have to say that the customer service was fantastic. They were very responsive and sorted out issues quickly. I think buying a kitchen is not just about price and quality of the kitchen but also the support infrastructure. DIY-kitchens have a great customer support team for pre and post sales. The kitchen itself is well built and solid and looks great but please judge for yourself from my photographs.

I would definitely used DIY-kitchens again and I do not have any hesitation to recommend them to anyone. All in all the kitchen cost me almost 2600 and the appliances and sink/tap added another 800. The plumber charged an extra 250 to plumb the sink and gas hob (and some other jobs). Overall I am very pleased and saved a lot of money by buying from DIY-kitchens. "

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