- Free delivery over £250
- Dispatch by 2nd July
- Pick your own delivery date
- Available in made to measure and standard sizes
- Made in the UK
- Made with sustainable wood
- 6 year guarantee
49hrs 02mins to get it on
Here, shown in Cream, the Trends style range shows us another option for the Washington bedroom door. A popular alternative to white, Cream adds a warmth that white does not, yet keeps all of the qualities that white offers to a room. Available in all sizes, the Washington door in Cream offers a bright, clean look to the bedroom, with a hint of colour.
The Washington door takes inspiration from the Shaker movement. With basic lines and flat-fronted doors, the simplistic feeling of the Washington door adds a modern feeling to the room. Streamlined and contemporary, the doors result in a fresh, streamlined style which does not appear bulky, as many wardrobe doors can. With a range of door handles to choose from, your style needs are definitely met with Trends.
Cream is a fantastic colour for adding a bright and fresh feeling to a room. As a common alternative to white, it still keeps the cleanness and neutrality, yet adds a slight warmth and homely feeling to a space. For those with creative minds, anything is possible with Cream. Traditional curtains and cushions with kitsch patterns can add a traditional feeling to the room. However, brights and pastels also work well with Cream for a more unique look. It is all up to you when accessorising the Washington doors, as wooden and metal handles both look great with Cream.
Whether you go for traditional or modern, the Trends style range provides a bright, clean foundation with the Washington door in Cream, versatile for any style of bedroom.
Order before 4:00 PM on 25/06/2018 to receive it on 04/07/2018. Alternatively, you can choose a delivery date that suits you at the checkout.
We are unable to deliver to the Highlands and islands of Scotland, or to any other islands, but we can deliver to a mainland courier company on your behalf for onward shipping.
For certain postcodes in Scotland, there will be a delivery surcharge – please contact us for more details.