A clean and bright high white gloss door. Ariane looks really well when accentuated with glass and stainless steel. In this display we have introduced our Odessa black lacquered door along with granite and solid wood worktops to add colour and texture. We’ve added slim aluminium bar handles to continue the minimalist look.
Sleek, this high gloss white handleless door is the epitome of sophistication. We used Japanese Pear Gloss with push catches as feature wall doors. The island worktop, is a fully wrapped textured laminate with subtle hints of blues and pinks. The washed colours are further enhanced by the mosaic glass wall tiles .
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.
Could Knotty Oak ever look so handsome? All the features of a traditional solid wood kitchen brought right up to date in this textured painted door. The colour is Pumice, like smooth plaster, very classy.
A textured door with a very bold and distinctive look in a chocolate colour with stylish, easy to keep clean lines. Aluminium plinth and handles add to the smart looks.
This Dark Walnut wood finish is almost aromatic in its seductive character. Curves on end units, drawers and canopy add to the organic lines and sense of the exotic. Serena Granite worktop follows the curves gracefully and is backed with porcelain wall mosaics and 30 x 60mm porcelain floor tiles.
The Light Oak effect on these doors replicates the characteristics and beauty of sun bleached, natural wood. Granite has been used to stunning effect as a continuous splash back behind the hob. Wicker baskets are a lovely addition to enhance the style of this door.
This earthy colour looks remarkable with so many worktop patterns you’ll be spoilt for choice. The detail on the frontals creates the impression of an inset door without being one. That means internal space is not compromised and our full range of internal pullouts, bins and drawers fit perfectly.
The cream gloss finish on this slab door lends a softer look than white and still creates a feeling of brightness in the kitchen. It is so versatile that choices of worktops and accessories are practically unlimited. The Damask feature doors, shown here as lift ups, have opaque glass with aluminium surrounds.
Always a favourite, high gloss cream styled as a handle free door produces a streamlined effect especially when used in a drawer line arrangement as in this picture. Here, a clever option to use TopShape double sided laminate worktop as end gables on the wall units and peninsula side creates a striking.
Walnut veneer featuring stepped edges are the distinctive features of this door. This is a handsome kitchen with a warm wood finish. Sable is also available for painting.
Reminiscent of classic shaker but with a bevelled bead for a charming new look. Alabaster, not as stark as white, this door has a lovely, translucent quality. Wall units are unbroken by the use of an over window light pelmet which also serves to illuminate the sink area.
Colour is always a priority when choosing your doors and we can cater for even the most adventurous tastes. A special order service expands the stock range almost infinitely. So whatever you have in mind discuss it with Daniel Woods Kitchens This kitchen shows the stunning acrylic door which has a high reflective finish.