Magnolia may be viewed as a boring or overused colour, but when combined with the Singleton door from Trends, but it really is a winner. Trends don't do boring, so read on to see all of the features of the Singleton which really set it apart.
The Singleton door is one of those which requires closer inspection. The first initial thought is that it is a plain and normal looking Shaker style door. While this is a good thing, but you will see that the Singleton has even more to offer. The two grooves which run around the wide outer frame add a design element which puts the Singleton into a class of its own.
Then you add a colour like Magnolia, which is not only really practical and easy to use, it is softer and more inviting than white. Magnolia has long been a favourite of TV makeover shows, but it is far from boring when combined with such a gorgeous door like the Singleton. You can also add some excitement to the your kitchen by using almost any colour accessory such as stainless steel, red or blue bits and pieces.
Trends is one of those kitchen door manufacturers who really put quality at the top of their priority. This door is no different. They also have a multitude of handles on offer to give your Singleton door a real charm all of its own. We recommend a half moon cup style handle for a retro look.
Give this combination of Singleton door and Magnolia from Trends a go for your kitchen this year.
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Order before 4:00 PM on 27/09/2018 to receive it on 08/10/2018. Alternatively, you can choose a delivery date that suits you at the checkout.
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