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The Durrington kitchen door in Graphite
In recent years the colour black has been all the rage in kitchens. Black is a very bold colour to use on walls, and it can look harsh. A great alternative is Graphite on the Durrington door as it is a deep, strong colour with all the drama of black, but it offers a softer, more natural feel that works well with other colours. Grey has also featured heavily in interior trends over the last couple of years. The Durrington door in Graphite is a combination that gives your kitchen a modern edge that will stand the test of time.
Our Durrington doors are made from high quality MDF and are designed to look good over many years. This door is somewhat plain looking as the frontage of both the door and the drawer front is a simple slab with nothing more than a subtle groove that acts as a frame around the edges. With a door front like this you can choose almost any handle and create a look that fits in with your design ambitions. No matter what colour you choose this will work well. But in Graphite the colour works especially well. This door can also be cut to the size you need for your bespoke looking kitchen. Well fitted and well made, the Durrington is an excellent choice.
With a colour like Graphite you may wish to make it feel a little brighter in your kitchen by adding lighter shades elsewhere. This might include a white or cream worktop and tiles or perhaps careful lighting that will create areas of light and shade, and add interest. One way to use a dark colour is to use them only on the kitchen doors that are on lower cabinets, rather than both upper and lower. This allows the colour to stand out even more and for your kitchen to have less of a “fitted” feel and for it to have a sense of different zones - a key interior design theme. For even more brightness try adding chrome accessories and pops of colour - a backsplash in coloured glass would be an eye-catching feature.