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The Amberley style in Pippy Oak

The Trends door range has a large number of woodgrain finishes and Pippy Oak is probably one of the most interesting. Just read on to find out why. The Amberley door has just as much to offer as this unusual colour, so you will not be disappointed if you opt for this distinctive combination for your kitchen. With the fact that Trends doors are hard-wearing and reasonably priced added into the mix, you will be excited to get started on your kitchen transformation.

Pippy Oak is one of the four oak options offered by Trends and it has the most interest. Each door has a distinctive grain pattern which is highlighted by plenty of knots in the wood. These are often referred to as ?pips? hence the name Pippy Oak. If you are wanting a colour kitchen cabinet door which screams wood as soon as you enter, this is the one to choose. It is attractive and warm in colour, but has woodgrain literally written all over it.

When combined with the traditional styling of the Amberley door, this shade is made especially attractive. Amberley has two vertical panels with extra mouldings which offer light and shade to the door. This offsets the woodgrain effect making it beautiful and offering a country feel. Each door looks handmade and because they can be cut to any size you wish the overall effect is one of a bespoke kitchen. Trends are justifiably proud of these doors and so are we.

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Order before 4:00 PM on 1/03/2021 to receive it on 11/03/2021. Alternatively, you can choose a delivery date that suits you at the checkout.

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