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The Kingston kitchen door in Graphite
If your kitchen has plenty of wood - flooring and worktops - you may wonder what colour or style of replacement kitchen door will suit your needs. After all you really donâ??t want to replace the worktops and floors when you are trying to save money on your kitchen make-over. The Kingston door, with its handcrafted appeal, and this Graphite shade will actually do a great job of blending perfectly with your wooden kitchen giving it a modern makeover that is really appealing.
The Shakers really did know what they were doing when it comes to developing furniture that withstood the test of time. 100 years or more later we are still taking their ideas and applying them to our kitchen designs. Of course, the Shakers would have made their doors from simple cuts of wood. In our case this door is made from high quality MDF and will never warp or shrink, meaning you can count on the longevity of the doors. The style with its central panel and framework will give your kitchen endless appeal and a timeless quality that is easily highlighted by the addition of wooden accessories.
The shade of Graphite may be quite dark and modern but it also works well with a light wood shade. They bounce off each other giving the kitchen a juxtaposition that gives it a very modern look and feel. The colour is a great alternative to black and has a natural organic feel just like real stone. Graphite works especially well on the Kingston door as it shows off the simple classic lines but does not overwhelm the door at all. The last thing left for you to do is to choose the right handles to complete your scheme - wooden knobs might do the trick.