- Free delivery over £250
- Dispatch by 22nd August
- Pick your own delivery date
- Available in made to measure and standard sizes
- Made in the UK
- Made with sustainable wood
- 6 year guarantee
1hr 56mins to get it on
Trends produce kitchen cupboard doors in a style called Arlington, based on the Shaker style. The main feature of the Shaker style is creating uncomplicated beauty which, while plain, still has an elegance showcased by its simplicity. The classic Shaker kitchen doors are an inset surrounded by a frame and the Arlington kitchen doors reflect this tradition perfectly. The frame is quite large which gives the doors a solid appearance.
Cream cupboard doors offer an extremely versatile choice ? not only can you use them alone as a cosy, slightly deeper colour than a winter white, but you can also use them with the new trend of alternating door colours. Mixed with the Arlington Stone Grey they give a muted effect, alternating with Beech or Tiepolo Light Walnut affords a gentle contrast and Dark Walnut or Melinga Oak shows a daring, chequered effect. Cream leaves your kitchen feeling, and looking, fresh and bright but does not intrude on the rest of your equipment shades.
The Arlington doors have a traditional look but at the same time are bright and up to date. This means you will not get tired of them easily and they will not look out of date. It also means they suit most kitchen styles, and the colour range offered helps guarantee this. Both the workmanship and effect created by these drawer and cupboard doors will let you enjoy them for years to come. Whether you want to totally renew your kitchen or just replace the cupboard doors, Trends is sure to have something to suit all tastes and shapes.
Order before 4:00 PM on 15/08/2018 to receive it on 24/08/2018. 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.