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            Kitchen Doors Buying Guide

            Making a huge impact on the overall design, these kitchen cupboard doors can be used as a blank canvas when planning a new renovation, or used for a quick refresh to a home or rental property. This guide will cover all the different colours, finishes, sizes, and designs available to help you pick the right option for a practical and stylish interior.

            What are the different door types?

            What are the different styles?

            What finishes are available?

            What are the different colours available?


            A classic neutral that has been a mainstay in interiors thanks to its ability to add brightness to a room, white fronts are a practical option for any design. Available in shaker, slab, and integrated styles, plus a variety of textures, it is easy to customise this timeless shade to suit any decor. Go for crisp tones for a fresh look, or choose slightly warmer hues, like porcelain, for a homely feel.

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            Combining brightness and warmth in one hue, cream is a great alternative to white, as it will prevent a room feeling stark and will create a light, welcoming atmosphere. Our collection includes slab, shaker, and integrated fronts that come in colours, like ivory and antique white. Grain, matt, and gloss finishes are available too, giving you the freedom to play with texture for a truly bespoke look.

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            A modern neutral, grey is a great choice for creating a versatile design with plenty of contemporary appeal. It can be paired with our shaker designs for a modern take on a classic look, or combined with slab and integrated styles for a futuristic scheme. Available in a selection of grain, gloss, and matt finishes, there are also a variety of tones, from light-grey to graphite, to choose from.

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            A colour that captures the essence of nature, green is a great way to inject life and vitality into a room. Our selection of grained, green fronts come in a shaker design that has a timeless look to ensure your scheme stands the test of time. Pick sage-green for a fresh, earthy feel, or go for a dark green shade, which has an emerald-like hue that will introduce the trend for jewel tones into a layout.

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            Cool and calming, blue door-fronts will instantly transform a space into an ocean of tranquillity, making them a great choice for a busy home. Our collection includes integrated handle, slab, and shaker styles, which come in matt and grained finishes. A variety of shades are also available, such as pale hues for a coastal feel, and darker navy shades that have a refined appearance.

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            Thanks to its striking tone, black designs have seen a surge in popularity with trend-conscious families wanting to make a statement. They come in slab, integrated handle, and shaker styles that makes it simple to add this eye-catching hue to a home. They are also available in a selection of finishes, including grained and matt, which can be used to dial the colour up or down for a signature look.

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            Colour is the best way to express personality and individual style, so choosing paintable fronts is a great way to create a bespoke scheme. Our paintable collection comes in matt and grained shaker designs, which have a classic appeal and can be customised in any shade of choice. This makes it a long-lasting and sustainable option, as it can be repainted over time, so your interior always looks on point.

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            Replicating the look of natural materials, oak door-fronts are great for those who want to create a space inspired by the outdoors. Available in a simple slab style and matt finish that allows the wood-grain pattern to take centre stage, our oak collection makes it easy to add organic textures to a home. Choose warmer hues for a rustic, log-cabin look, or go for grey tones for a contemporary twist.

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            What are the different heights?

            Full height

            Measuring 720mm in height, this front is designed to fit standard wall or base units, making it a go-to for many layouts. It can also be used to complete tower and larder units, making it one of the most multi-purpose panels available. As a result, it is available in a variety of colours, finishes, and textures, making it good for those who want to create a custom interior.

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            Half the size of a full-height front, this 360mm-high panel can be used in a variety of applications, including half-height units, deep-pan drawers, and hob cupboards. It can also save on wall space, making it a practical choice for smaller layouts. This style also comes in a vast selection of widths, which makes it easy to create a layout with minimal line breaks for a sleek look.

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            With a height of 900mm, this front is made to fit extra-tall wall cabinetry, which makes the most of rooms with high ceilings. They also help maximise storage without taking up more floor space, making them a practical choice in narrow areas. Available in tower, larder, base, and wall unit configurations, this style is a versatile choice that will suit layouts large and small.

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            Specialist doors

            Featuring a wide selection of heights, our specialist door-fronts make it easy to create a custom look. Often used in towers and larder cupboards, which need larger or smaller fronts depending on the devices that are housed within them, they also offer extra storage below or above cooking equipment, making them a practical choice for making the most of all available space.

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            What decorative options are there?

            Understanding the different thicknesses 

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