The mid-century 1950's and 1960's look is all the rage at the moment with a pared back feel. Part of this trend is the 50's diner look and the choice of Chichester replacement kitchen door along with the colour of High Gloss Silver will allow you to create a modern take on this look. All you need is some diner accessories in red and white and the look is complete. Think Airstream campers and black and white tiles and you have the right idea.
The colour of High Gloss Silver will help you create this 1950s diner look easily. This reflective colour really does look like highly polished stainless steel - a material that was used extensively during this period. But you don't have to do the polishing. This is one of the best things about a high gloss finish - it will always look glossy and shiny with just a simple buff with a damp cloth from time to time. With this shade on your kitchen cabinet doors you just need to add black and white tiles, highlights of red with the blinds, toaster and kettle and some nice shiny appliances (fifties style is best if you can find them!).
Of course in order to pull off this look in the best way you need kitchen doors that will look the part. The Chichester are perfect as they have a traditional look and feel but they are also modern and easy to adapt to any look you may choose in the future. The door features smoothed out chamfered to the sides of the drawer and the door as well as a central panel that is surrounded by further chamfers. Together the Chichester offers a door that feels very classic but the curves give it that retro feel you are after. Don't forget that your 1950's look can be made bespoke by allowing us to cut your doors to the exact size you need with our made to measure service.
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Order before 4:00 PM on 23/05/2019 to receive it on 03/06/2019. Alternatively, you can choose a delivery date that suits you at the checkout.
Free delivery on orders over £250
Delivery £9.99 on orders up to £100
Delivery £19.99 on orders £101-£249
Free delivery on sample doors and up to 4 colour swatches
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.
Want to get a new set of kitchen doors absolutely free?
We’re guessing the answer to that is ‘yes!’ To be in with a chance of winning back the total value of your order and any delivery costs that may apply, all you have to do is send us a photo of your new doors, along with your name and order number. Every month, we'll choose one lucky winner from all the photos we receive, and they'll get a full refund on their order. So if you’ve replaced your doors recently, email some photos to [email protected] along with your name and order number by Friday 31st May 2019.
Terms & conditions
To qualify for the prize draw, we must receive your photos and details by 23:59 GMT Friday 31st May 2019.
By entering, you are giving us permission to use your photos, first name and order date.
Orders for doors, cabinets, handles and accessories will qualify for the prize draw. Orders for sample doors and sample colour swatches do not qualify.
Prize draw is for retail customers only.
One winner will be drawn at random from all entries received on Monday 3rd June 2019. The winner will be notified by phone or email shortly after the draw.
The prize for the winner is the value of their order, including delivery, placed with Kitchen Door Workshop. This amount will be refunded to the original debit/credit card from which the original order was paid.
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