Product Choices > Style Choices
This page will show you the standard styles we offer and will cover all of the following areas:-
● Tall doors
But dont forget that if you have seen a style you like somewhere else, please just ask and we can advise if we can do it for you.
Firstly, whatever door style you choose, your new kitchen will come on stunning oak veneered carcases, all supplied rigid and ready to install.
They also all come with Beautifully hand crafted Dovetailed Oak Drawer boxes as standard.
We offer a simple plain shaker with a 40mm frame and 70mm rails, the classic shaker kitchen.
Shaker or Flat Slab with no beading.
Shaker or Flat Slab with beading around the frame.
Shaker with beading around the frame and beading around the drawer Panel.
Side Panels are designed to sit almost flush with the front frame. This is a feature of the design, see a picture of the D2 style below
Listed here are all the different styles for our plinths:
Plant on Plinth – This is our standard and most popular plinth. This is best when you have uneven or sloping floors as it can be scribed in to the floor.
It also gives a lovely traditional freestanding feel to a kitchen
Leg Plinth – legs on each cabinet and plinth set back. This is our most Unforgiving plinth – if your floor is not level then this isnt a good option as it will look like your kitchen is floating
Recessed Plinth – As with most modern kitchens this is recessed and gives an open feel.
We offer different styles of cornices:
Traditional Decorative Cornice.
*this is not the exact style of cornice, please contact us for photos of the current style.
Modern Squared Cornice.
We also offer three varying styles of Pilasters:
BM14 – Decorative Pilaster – Very traditional column like pilaster.
BM16 Post Pilaster – A squared post to give a chunky solid look.
BM19 – Fluted Pilaster – Squared pilaster with decorative fluting.
We have many different options for glazing, please ask us for more information.
Wood is a natural product and it does move, so whenever we have a tall door we have to have a cross bar to help the door keep its shape and not bend, the placement of this bar can change the entire look of your kitchen.
Below are some examples of what we can do
70:30 Door Bar
50:50 Door Bar
3 Panel Door Bar