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Blackstone Kitchens - anyone had any experience

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Soph41 Fri 30-Mar-18 10:39:35

Hi, we are in the middle of a side return and trying to find a kitchen! Oh it's tricky. We have looked at Howdens, Magnet, Neptune and DeVol. Finally we looked at Blackstone Kitchens, which seem relatively new. They have come up with a brilliant design and the kitchens seem sturdy - real wood etc. The price is also about £10k less than DeVol. But they seem relatively unheard of - does anyone have any experience with them - good or bad?
Thank you

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Rose48 Tue 17-Jul-18 15:33:38

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AnnieNash Sun 25-Nov-18 21:57:31

Hi Soph, did you use Blackstone in the end? We visited their showroom recently and thought they looked lovely.

jac108 Mon 26-Nov-18 21:27:26

We're going with Blackstone kitchens. We visited their showroom in Colchester. After seeing OP. I immediately fell in love with their kitchens. We're still in the planning stage, before being signed off. Hoping for installation at the end of January.

Enterthewolves Sat 01-Dec-18 18:50:06

jac, please update when you have had your kitchen fitted, I've fallen in love with their website and am planning a kitchen with them when our building work is (finally) finished. thank you

jac108 Sun 02-Dec-18 15:39:00

Will do, Enterthewolves. We have the surveyor coming next week.

Enterthewolves Mon 03-Dec-18 22:26:36

Thank you!

jac108 Sat 15-Jun-19 00:50:27

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Monkey27 Wed 26-Feb-20 20:33:43

Hey Soph, did you get a blackstone kitchen in the end? I’m worried because a few people have withdrawn there comments on this thread?? Did you all have a good experience and are you happy with the end result? We’re about to pay a deposit soon and the lead times are quite long everywhere so I need to decide. It’s so hard to know....

Kefel Tue 30-Jun-20 16:44:43

We went Blackstone and SO thrilled with it!! Service and product is impeccable. We finished the install last week, honestly so so happy. Feel free to ask any questions.

itsundermypillow Tue 30-Jun-20 18:14:22

@Kefel is the centre of the top oven and coffee machine higher than your shoulder ?
And can you easily get things out of the left side of the fridge ?

itsundermypillow Tue 30-Jun-20 18:15:32

Oh and do you plan to have children sitting behind the hob while you cook?

Kefel Tue 30-Jun-20 21:58:30

@itsundermypillow yes, yes, and I don't have children. Why do you ask?

itsundermypillow Wed 01-Jul-20 05:33:19

because an oven or heat producing coffee machine higher than shoulder height is dangerous. As is sitting behind a hob and fridge freezers need space each side so the doors can open wide enough to pull drawers out for cleaning. If you look at the instruction manual that should say how much space is needed to left of it.

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