Despite its incredibly detailed finish, the Westfield door is able to be presented to you in a High Gloss Graphite shade - something that often does not work well on a highly moulded door front. However, the high gloss finish used here still allows for the features to shine through with a crisp and clean edge that really shows off those cathedral arched central panels and the layers of mouldings and recesses. With all of that detail going on, the gloss adds light and shade and will literally bounce the light around the room. It will be a dramatic look that you will love.
Many people find themselves having concerns about the darkness that comes from a shade like High Gloss Graphite and we admit that is a dark colour. But the addition of a gloss finish really takes away the depth of the colour and adds back in light and a certain sparkle. When light hits a gloss replacement kitchen door, it is immediately reflected in the rest of the room, making even the darkest kitchen brighter and more vibrant looking. However, there is no reason that you can’t add some lighter shades in the same Westfield style to create a more focused look. Perhaps white cabinets above and graphite below for a fresh modern monochrome look.
The Westfield door has plenty of detail and is the only thing you need in your kitchen if you are wanting to really create an eye-catching display. The central panels of each door feature curves and corners and mouldings and recesses that are more than enough to create that look you want. When it comes to handles, they are best kept simple with plain knobs in silver being the option that we would go with when using the High Gloss Graphite shade. Of course, as with all of our Trends doors, this combination can be cut to a size that suits your needs, allowing you to replace even the most unusually sized kitchen cupboard doors.
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Order before 4:00 PM on 25/04/2019 to receive it on 07/05/2019. 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.
Want to get a new set of kitchen doors absolutely free?
We’re guessing the answer to that is ‘yes!’ To be in with a chance of winning back the total value of your order and any delivery costs that may apply, all you have to do is send us a photo of your new doors, along with your name and order number. Every month, we'll choose one lucky winner from all the photos we receive, and they'll get a full refund on their order. So if you’ve replaced your doors recently, email some photos to [email protected] along with your name and order number by Tuesday 30th April 2019.
Terms & conditions
To qualify for the prize draw, we must receive your photos and details by 23:59 GMT Tuesday 30th April 2019.
By entering, you are giving us permission to use your photos, first name and order date.
Orders for doors, cabinets, handles and accessories will qualify for the prize draw. Orders for sample doors and sample colour swatches do not qualify.
Prize draw is for retail customers only.
One winner will be drawn at random from all entries received on Monday 6th May 2019. The winner will be notified by phone or email shortly after the draw.
The prize for the winner is the value of their order, including delivery, placed with Kitchen Door Workshop. This amount will be refunded to the original debit/credit card from which the original order was paid.
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