John Lewis fitted kitchens

Your kitchen is the heart of your home and we understand how important it is to get everything just right.

We'll make the journey from idea to installation as easy as possible. Start by booking an appointment with us for an
in-store consultation

Book in-store consultation

Design tool

Visualise style, colour and worktop combinations in all our fitted kitchen ranges ahead of your in-store appointment

Create your kitchen

Our looks

We’ve selected 10 inspirational kitchen styles that show what you could achieve in your own home

fitted kitchen service

Choose - Book an in-store consultation with one of our Partners to share your dream kitchen ideas, and discuss style, function and budget

Create - Once you've chosen the kitchen you want, one of our expert kitchen planners will visit you to survey, measure, design and plan your kitchen, making best use of space and your budget. They'll send you an estimate and a plan

Install - Once you've approved plans, we'll order your kitchen and when it arrives our qualified installers will carry out the work, from removing your old kitchen to installing appliances

Enjoy - After all work has been completed, your room will be left tidy so you can start enjoying your beautiful new kitchen. For added peace of mind, all our ranges are made in the UK, and come with a 10-year guarantee

Online booking for an in-store consultation is available for our shops, excluding Knight & Lee, Trafford, Exeter, Heathrow, St Pancras International and at Home shops.

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Planning tips

The thought of having a new kitchen fitted is very exciting, but there are so many
things to think about. We'd like to try and make it a little easier for you, so have pulled
together some helpful ideas on how to start planning

Your

Here's a list of things to think about before you visit us
for an in-store consultation:

  • Doors and unit sides - consider colours, matching or contrasting?
  • Plinths - they run along the floor beneath units - matching or contrasting? Or do you want freestanding units on legs?
  • Cornices - these are the upper curve around the wall units, do you want matching or contrasting?
  • Drawers - how many do you need?
  • Handles - colour and type
  • Sinks - how many bowls, what material, positioning
  • Taps - material, how controlled, extras like drinking or steaming water taps
  • Unit & worktop lighting - halogen, fluorescent or LED lighting
  • Hanging rails - for utensils, textiles and so on
  • Splashbacks - in stainless steel or a large selection of glass colours

Your consultation

Watch our video of Ian & Katie’s experience of buying
a fitted kitchen with us.

Firstly, you’ll see what an in-store consultation might look like
for you and what we’ll go through with you during your visit.
This will give you an idea of everything you might want to
consider beforehand.

Then you can see Ian & Katie's planning visit to get an idea of the step-by-step process your planner will follow when coming to your home. This is a great way to understand what to expect.

Extra advice

Find more advice about what to expect during the planning phase of your
fitted kitchen and the installation itself, along with guidance around worktops
and the various types to consider

Planning tips - Read more
A guide to worktops
View the brochure

View terms and conditions for appointments.
Your chosen shop may contact you prior to your in-store consultation to confirm details.