Depending on the look you want, we have several options available.
When deciding on which to choose you should start with the question "Do you want to paint the doors?"
If the answer is YES we would recommend you get Tulip wood, it gives a great finish, doesn't show too much wood grain, and knots wont come through.
The inside of the cabinets would then be Oak Veneer, and this is perfect for oiling or varnishing, if you are doing this please see our page with painting advice.
If you want a natural wood finish we recommend our Oak doors & Oak Veneered cabinets. These can be pre-oiled for you or you can do yourself.
We can spray-paint your cabinets and Oil the inside for you in our factory (1 colour as standard, additional colours charged at £100 per colour)
You can choose the custom-colour, we just need a swatch from you showing the colour, and we will use our colour matching service. Please note that the matched colour will be as close as possible from our paint manufacturers and may be a slightly different shade to the swatch due to the finish of the paint.
If you wish to have a test swatch painted & posted to you we can arrange this, but due to the colour matching costs and costs of cleaning all the equipment after this one swatch this costs £100. Please contact us if you require this.
We can also pre-oil the inside of the cabinets for you, so they arrive ready to use.
The AH2 Slimline Integrated appliance door with Dummy Drawer is beautifully made using carefully selected woods. With over 15 years experience, our philosophy is to make a great product from first class materials, hand-made using mortice and tenon, and dovetail joints.
*please note that this door is only 20mm thick and not the standard 25mm, as this is required by most integrated appliances.
Appliance doors DO NOT come with hinges as the appliance you are fitting it to should have a fitting kit with it.
If hinges are required please make it clear on the order – they are charged at £7.50 each for soft close and £4 each for Butt hinges
Available in both our PURE and PREMIUM ranges – click here for more details of the differences