This raise panel door is a timeless design which can be styled to look traditional or contemporary. Choose elements from a selection of matching features such as pilasters and tongue and groove end panels with a drawerline arrangement. Alternatively, use full height doors, wide drawer units.
Clean, straight grain and few knots - classic features of this solid Oak raised panel door. Its colour tones are consistent and work in harmony with other woods in the room. Georgian frame glass doors and pilasters add interest and character.
Solid oak door with Oyster paint. The twin panel profile is complemented by matching accessories. Create your own look using dentil cornice, wine facia, plate rack, canopy or overmantle, pilasters, open display wall units, curved and glass doors and tongue & groove end panels.
Forever a popular choice, a simulated tongue & groove panel door with arched frame in light alabaster colour combine to suggest a comfortable style that will suit any interior. A lovely dresser unit sits on the worktop displaying favourite crockery. The matching diagonal corner wall unit adds visual balance.
This hard wearing door has raised centre panels, a classic style that is always in demand. Drawerline is a more traditional layout and distributes drawers across the units whilst storing larger items and pots on the shelved units below.
The character of this twin panel door is enhanced by the use of a sumptuous cream paint on solid Birch. Dresser units with plate racks and glass doors separated by an open wall unit with bottle rails bring the farmhouse look into the modern kitchen.The character of this twin panel door is enhanced by the use of a sumptuous cream paint on solid Birch. Dresser units with plate racks and glass doors separated by an open wall unit with bottle rails bring the farmhouse look into the modern kitchen.
The focal point of this display, is further enhanced by the curved doors on the island and matching gables . Luxurious Amarone Marble worktops are shaped to follow the curves of the island, the stepped out drawers and pilasters and grooved for a drainer beside the classic ceramic Belfast Sink