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Buy Now: Pay Later

Purchase your kitchen or bedrooms and make full use of it now.

Whether you’d like to pay in one lump sum, or by spreading the cost, pay in full within the first 12 months of receiving your kitchen and no interest will be charged

(£29 early exit fee applies).

For more information about our finance plan, please get in touch with us and we would be more than happy to help.

Representative Example





Amount of credit


Rate of Interest

7.8% p.a fixed

Representative APR

11.9% APr

Duration of agreement

132 months incl. 12 months deferral

120 Monthly Payments


Total Amount payable


Early Exit Fee


Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Bucklescale Ltd, trading as Kitchens for DIY, operates as a credit broker and not the lender. Credit is provided by Hitachi Personal Finance, a division of Hitachi Capital (UK) PLC, authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Why choose us?

Over 40 years of experience
Hundreds of kitchen designs to choose from
A bespoke approach to every customer
No-obligation design service
Impeccable quality of all our products
Convenient options for kitchens on finance

about us

The one important thing you should know about Kitchens for DIY is that we care. We care about quality, we care about professionalism and most importantly, we care about you. 

We are a family-owned business based in the West Midlands, with a history of helping families across the UK find their perfect classic kitchens since 1982. With nearly 40 years of experience to learn from, a team of award-winning designers on hand and thousands of happy customers across the country, we are the kitchen specialists you can trust. 

Your trusted West
Midlands Kitchen Specialists

With a nearly four-decade-long history, Kitchens For DIY is your trusted local fitted kitchens specialist for the West Midlands and the surrounding area. We are a family-owned business and we work with a team of award-winning designers to constantly develop our contemporary kitchens range.

Below you’ll find dozens of stunning modern kitchen designs to explore. If you would like to experience the atmosphere created by our contemporary kitchens, just come and visit us in one of our West Midlands showrooms to see exactly what our designs are like in real life. We welcome you to any of our sites in Solihull, Sutton, Merry Hill and Swindon. 

What makes a Classic Kitchen look?

Before we go, let’s take a quick look at the essential elements of a classic kitchen.
First, let’s talk about the colours. A traditional classic kitchen relies on light neutral colours with white, being the preferred choice in many homes. Yet, some definition with light greys and occasionally dark blues, even purple, can be used to accentuate your space. 

Next come the materials. A timeless classic look goes hand-in-hand with natural materials, such as wood, marble and glass. Wood, of course, is often the dominant feature, due to its warm and inviting colour. 

Last but not least, simplicity is key. A traditional kitchen is often plain and flexible in its origin, so that it allows for flexibility in the addition of homeware and personal touches over time. Also, a simple design never goes out of date. It easily fits in with your daily life and becomes an irreplaceable part of it.

What is a Shaker Kitchen?

The concept of a Shaker kitchen has appeared multiple times when speaking about our 1909 range. However, unless you have had the chance to dip your toes into the world of kitchen designs, you might be unfamiliar with the term.

A Shaker kitchen is defined by its characteristic minimalism and linear aesthetics. In this aspect, it is closer to the modern kitchen design rather than the traditional kitchen. Interestingly, the style traces back to an 18th-century religious sect which preached simplicity in life, hence the restraint in details and the focus on practicality. However, the Shaker-style has since evolved to become a preferred option for those who love elegance, simplicity and, of course, wood.

What is a Modern Kitchen after all?

Historically speaking, what we call a modern kitchen design first emerged around the WWI and has kept its original core elements to this day. The modern kitchen design is minimalistic and angular. It features very little ornamentation and incorporates geometric forms in the decoration.

The textured look of wood combined with the traditional, defined kitchen units of a classic kitchen has been replaced by flat smooth surfaces and built-in kitchen appliances for a sleek, smooth look.

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