Gorgeous dark grey door front with just a hint of earthy brown, made from 4 mm thick toughened safety glass with the rear a supporting frame side and completely colour lacquered on the rear. The toughened aspect of the glass ensures the same long term durability as any other door finish.
Available in these colours...
For more information on colours and finishes see our door colours page.
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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.See more..
Make a statement with this bold, stylish kitchen. Black is a superb colour for a sleek, minimalistic kitchen and this particular style features the front and edges in a satin lacquer. The back of the doors is melamine resin-coated also with a satin lacquer. This stunning lava black is also available in high gloss lacquer, laminate, glass gloss and glass matt finishes.See more..
Crystal white – which is a medium shade of white – works brilliantly with natural materials as illustrated here alongside the Old Oak units. The high gloss complements the natural oak and creates an interesting mix of modern and traditional. The kitchen features Crystal white grip rails to match the doors and the units are shown raised from the floor (the “floating kitchen style) which gives the kitchen a unique, sleek minimalistic look. This does require strong walls to support it however this style is optional and the kitchen can also be fitted in the more usual method to the floor with plinths.See more..