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Mayfield Cream Ash
Price From £4.71
- FREE Delivery over £250
- Dispatch by 25th October
- Available in Made to Measure and Standard Sizes
- Made in UK
- Made with sustainable wood
- 6 year guarantee
Check out our DIY Video Guides for useful tips on how to measure and fit your new doors.
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The Mayfield style in Cream Ash
If you are looking to give your bedroom a whole new look, have you thought about replacing your wardrobe doors with the trendy and modern Trends Mayfield replacement wardrobe doors? With over 30 different colours and wood grain options available, you?ll be spoilt for choice and you?re sure to find something no matter what your taste or interior design scheme. Our doors are made to measure in the United Kingdom, and with our six year manufacturer guarantee as standard, you can be sure that our products are top quality. The Mayfield design is a simple modern design with a wide frame and deep set mid panels, and vertical lines for a luxury finish.
The Trends range includes many wood effects, but one for one that lightens the room, opt for Cream Ash. This colour is the perfect selection for a contemporary feel with a homely ambience. The light cream paint effect over the wood texture softly reflects natural light and the neutral tone of the Cream Ash compliments all colours and woods. Our large selection of replacement bespoke bedroom drawer and door fronts are custom made from strong 18mm thick MDF, which has been made from raw timbers obtained from local reliable and sustainable suppliers. We feel strongly about product quality too, and that?s why our products come with a six year manufacturer's warranty as standard. Also, we have taken the time to create a range of helpful videos, so that when you are installing your new Trends Mayfield bedroom doors, you can get it right including taking measurements, installing the doors and how to avoid mistakes that are commonly made.