The Fontwell style in Pippy Oak
Pippy Oak is not only a really cute name, it has a really cute look too – just like many of
the designs and colours from our Trends range. It is shown here on the Fontwell door
which is traditional, but has enough detail to give it a modern feel.
The carved central panels of the Fontwell door, offer you a sense of the traditional styling we are talking about. However it is the chamfered edgings which really give the sense of
contemporary style. They set off the door and drawer alike, allowing the light to catch the
edges and creating darkness and shadow lines, which are all the rage these days.
Meanwhile you will be blown away by this design in the colour of Pippy Oak.
As an example of one of our many oak shades in a satin finish, Pippy Oak has some
special characteristics. The Pippy Oak name comes from the fact that there are a number
of random woodgrain knots showing through – these are otherwise known as "pips". This
woodgrain therefore has a strong look, but it is not by any means overwhelming.
If you love Pippy Oak and the Fontwell design, you may fear that you won't be able to
have it because your kitchen has strange sized doors. Thankfully we offer a bespoke
cutting service to allow you to have any door in almost any size. Of course this depends on
the design, because some designs will look odd when cut too small or too large.
The Fontwell door would look great with almost any colour, but we think that the Pippy Oak
gives this Trends door a special something.