The Durrington style in Pippy Oak
The Durrington door from our Trends style range, a classic and charming design, shown
here in popping Pippy Oak. This lively and fun colour is perfect for the modern or
traditional home. We like to be able to provide our customers with a wide range of options
when buying their replacement kitchen doors, which is why all of our kitchen doors from
our Trends style range are available in a ample selection of sizes. We can also make
these doors bespoke to fit any requirement, meaning these doors truly are accessible to
everyone and unique. At our fantastic, fair prices you are able to customize your kitchen
door to your hearts desire, not only with size, but with a large range of stylish door handles
Popping Pippy Oak is a fantastic colour to pair with this charming Durrington door. This
colour scheme is unique in itself and its name is based on its unique properties. Thanks to
its small, random pips, this design is interesting and eye catching. The pips help the oak
maintain a natural appearance, creating the perfect traditional, yet lively look in your home.
The colour is warming and robust, it evokes a welcoming atmosphere and can make any
kitchen come alive. You could add some stylish door handles from our extensive range for
added effect and transform these doors into a modern style. This popping Pippy Oak is fun
and perfect for any kitchen, in any sized home.
The Durrington door from our Trends style range is a popular door here and its easy to see
why when it is collaborated with the popping and playful Pippy Oak. This door oozes
traditional charm, making it perfect for those who want to create either a historic or modern
look in their homes. This is all thanks to the chamfered edge and subtle inner panel that
the Durrington presents, it also flaunts a high quality, professional satin finish. A perfect, durable door for any kitchen.
The Durrington door paired with the playful Pippy Oak is a fantastic combination from our
Trends style range, for those looking for a modern wood look in their homes.