Durrington High Gloss Stone Grey
20% off Price From £5.48
- FREE Delivery over £250
- Dispatch by 3rd March
- Available in Made to Measure and Standard Sizes
- Made in the UK
- Made with sustainable wood
- 6 year guarantee
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The Durrington style in High Gloss Stone Grey
The Durrington replacement kitchen door from Trends in Gloss Stone Grey is the perfect choice for your trendy and contemporary kitchen. The combination of plain style door and gloss modern colour makes for the perfect designer look. What’s more these doors can be offered to you in almost any size you can name (obviously, within reason!). Each door is made to your exact measurements and these can be very different from the doors you might buy off the shelf at your favourite DIY store. So they are bespoke, without the bespoke price tag.
With the Durrington door you get something that is plain and beautifully simple, but also with enough detail to add something extra to your kitchen design. Each door (and the drawer fronts too) has a thinner groove running around the outer edge, while the profile is made more beautiful and is softened by a chamfer. The result is a door that is at once beautiful and simple. The door can then be improved by adding one of our many handles from our range. These can even be bought cheaper when you buy our doors - what a bargain!
Gloss Stone Grey may seem like it is going to be a boring colour when you consider the colour of stones...but in fact this is far from boring. The gloss finish adds light and a reflective finish while the colour itself is deep and mysterious with a natural sophistication. Grey is a colour that has really hit the headlines with designers and in the kitchen its works incredibly well. On the Durrington door it is even better.
Try the Trends Durrington kitchen door in Gloss Stone Grey and see where it can take your kitchen - from glum to glam?