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            Kitchen Doors Buying Guide

            Whether planning a new renovation, updating a home, or refreshing a rental property, this kitchen door buying will make it easy to pick the right option for a practical and stylish space. Making a huge impact on the overall aesthetic of a cooking area, door-fronts require careful thought and planning. That is why this kitchen buying guide covers all the different colours, finishes, sizes, and designs available to help homeowners craft a scheme that suits their interior or lifestyle.

            The popularity of a door style will change depending on the desired aesthetic. Five-piece fronts are the obvious choice when curating a refined or traditional space, while integrated handle designs are still one of the best ways to create a modern scheme. For those wanting an option that can be adapted to suit a variety of decors, slabs are a safe bet.

            Colour has a huge impact on a design, so consider all the options carefully. From pale whites and creams for a neutral effect to statement shades like red and black, different colours will affect the room’s atmosphere. Textured timber options are a great way to add organic tones to a space, while paintable options allow for a completely personalised design.

            What finishes are available?


            Offering a muted look, this tactile finish fits seamlessly into contemporary schemes and is available in a variety of colours. It is great for intensifying darker tones for a striking effect or giving pale hues an understated appearance.

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            Gloss kitchen cupboard doors is a style that remains in fashion, as it maximises natural light for an inviting atmosphere. This is excellent for smaller interiors, because it bounces light around a space for a roomier feel.

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            Bring elements of the outdoors into a home with authentic woodgrain or grain-effect door-fronts. These units introduce character and textural variation to a space - great for heritage themes, engineered looks, or Scandi schemes.

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            Replicating the look and feel of trend-led materials, like dark-stone or concrete, textured cabinetry offers an easy way to add visual interest and sensory appeal to an interior.  Mix and match these with other designs for a tailored aesthetic.

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            What is the most durable kitchen door?

            Timber options are the most durable. Our Chilcomb and Elmbridge styles are made from ash, sourced from sustainably managed UK forests. Each front offers the individual character and hardwearing quality of solid wood, making them a great option for any home.

            What decorative options are there?

            What is the best door for cabinets?

            The best door for cabinets will depend on the height and width of a unit. Explore the most common door-fronts and which cabinetry they can be used with below.

            Greenwich Navy - Internal cabinet

            Full height

            Measuring 720mm- high, this front fits standard wall or base units. It can also be used to complete towers and larders, making it one of the most multipurpose panels available. 

            Allendale Slate Grey - Left run 2


            Half the size of a full-height front, this 360mm-high panel can be used with half-height units, deep-pan drawers, and hob cupboards  - a versatile choice for any scheme. 

            Hockley Mirror Gloss Sandstone Cupboard Interior Cameo


            At 900mm high, doors for tall kitchen cupboards make the most of rooms with high ceilings. They also maximise storage, making them a smart option for compact interiors.

            Elmbridge Navy Cutlery Drawer


            Smaller in height, drawer fronts are supplied in different sizes to suit various units. They also come in wider widths to reduce the number of door lines for a seamless look.

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