- Free delivery over £250
- Dispatch by 30th 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
53hrs 16mins to get it on
An Acacia is a thorny shrub found mainly in Australia and one look at the Brighton door in Acacia and you can see where the inspiration for this Trends door came from. The natural and authentic grained look appears as if taken straight from nature and looks like a door from a far more expensive range as a result. The lighter wood look is very contemporary and will brighten any kitchen as well as matching well with the majority of current decoration themes. The main door has subtle vertical panelling which shows a pleasing mixture of patterns and grains, just as is found in natural wood.
And whilst it may look just like wood, it is a lot easier to maintain, with the wipeable vinyl surfaces meaning that you can instantly wipe off any of those cooking splashes that will always happen.
All Brighton doors are part of the Trends range and are built with quality in mind. 18mm thick MDF is used to ensure that the doors are fit for purpose and truly built to last. Manufactured in the UK, the impact on the environment has been minimised by using timber based raw materials used in the production of Trends doors are obtained from controlled, well managed and sustainable sources. The doors can be built to your specification subject to a minimum width of 283mm and minimum height of 2540mm with drawer fronts having minimums of 100m and 60mm respectively. This means that your existing kitchen should certainly be suitable for that dream style overhaul using Brighton doors in Acacia from the Trends range.
Order before 4:00 PM on 23/07/2018 to receive it on 01/08/2018. 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.