Polar white is our brightest white and it looks stunning in this glass matt finish. It is striking in its simplicity and creates a feeling of space whatever the size of the kitchen. All the doors are glass fronted with 4mm thick toughened safety glass. The back of each door features a foil-wrapped supporting frame which is also lacquered in polar white. The units feature solid stainless steel coloured edges with flowing part-coverage of the glass edge. Polar white is also available in laminate, laminate high gloss, satin lacquer, matt lacquer and glass gloss finishes. This classic glass matt design is also available in crystal white, crystal grey, stone grey, indigo blue and lava black.
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For more information on colours and finishes see our door colours page.
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Stone grey is a contemporary alternative to white. It has the same simplicity and modernity of a white kitchen but with more warmth. The satin lacquer units are coated on both sides with HPL-SolidColour-plating; the huge benefit of which is the uniformity of the colour throughout all the products including panels and worktops. The carcass comes in a matching quartz grey and the grip ledge profile is available in stone grey or nine other colours.See more..
Wood is a warm, inviting material and this kitchen certainly has a very welcoming feel to it. The doors have a knotty oak veneer with solid wood edges. The surface is sealed with a two component lacquer applied in two layers to give a superb, long-lasting quality product.See more..
This deep, rich blue works perfectly in a high gloss finish and creates a real statement kitchen. A very sophisticated look, the high gloss finish features high gloss lacquered surfaces and polished fronts and edges. All the edges are rounded and the back of the doors is melamine resin-coated with a matt lacquer. Indigo blue is also available in square edged high gloss, laminate, matt satin lacquer, glass matt and glass gloss finishes.See more..
Ceramic is made from various natural materials, such as clay, quartz and kaolin which are sintered at high temperatures to produce highly compacted, homogenous surfaces. High resistance to scratching with a material hardness of Mohs 8 (diamond has Mohs 10 rating), resistance to water, dirt and UV light.See more..