Arlington Acacia Doors for a Driftwood Look
Trends Arlington style kitchen cupboard doors and drawer fronts are available in a wide
range of colours and types. Pictured here is the Acacia door. This is a very light grained
wood which has the aspect of a colour washed, limed or bleached timber, giving it the
extra point of interest of the wood grain and slight natural colour variations. Acacia,
(sometimes called Moldau Acacia), is a good compromise between a light coloured,
painted kitchen unit door and a natural wood front, as the light colour suits any and all
styles and shades. Acacia is good at reflecting natural light, so if you have a dark room
with only small openings for light, this is an excellent choice to maximise brightness.
If you are tired of your kitchen scheme and want to change it, Acacia is a great choice. Its
neutral colour is something you will not easily tire of and you can work around this tone
and add any pattern of curtains, rugs, tiles and whatever else you intend to include in your
new kitchen. The Arlington style has a single recessed panel in the middle and longer
lathes around it, this simple design is effective and makes the room look larger and
brighter where fussy, intricate designs tend to make a room look closer, with less space.
The Arlington kitchen doors are easily cleaned and only require a wipe with a damp cloth
and possibly a gentle detergent, making them a good buy, not only for the design, but also
maintenance. Although Trends kitchen unit doors come in a standard size, a bit wider than
the norm, they can also be ordered made to measure for any different sized units.