Trends make their kitchen doors in a variety of different colours, and while these are gorgeous, none will leave you as free to change the rest of the room as the Beige door, as shown here. Beige, or fawn as it might also be called, used to be a well loved colour because it has a neutral tone which goes with almost anything. However over time this shade had become known as being a little bit dull, but if this were described as ‘a light, attractive sand colour’ buyers would flock to buy it.
The Singleton door is one of our latest additions to the Trends range and it is bound to become of the many favourites among our buyers. With a typical Shaker style look, it is further enhanced by the addition of two indented ridges around the outer frame. This gives the door a little more style and pizazz just where you need it. Meanwhile the drawer fronts have the same attention to detail with similar ridges so they match the doors perfectly.
We think that beige is a great colour to use on the Singleton door. Not only is it a versatile colour which matches well with almost any other colour, it is a warm and inviting tone, perfect for creating a friendly and family centred kitchen. Try matching your beige kitchen doors with white tiles and an oak worktop - a classic combination which is going to work well regardless of the size kitchen you have.
We think that this combo is one of the best for a classic Trends kitchen.
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Order before 4:00 PM on 24/09/2018 to receive it on 03/10/2018. 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.