Archive: January 2015

Kitchen Door Workshop Appoints Writer

January 27th 2015 by .

Leading replacement door specialist Kitchen Door Workshop has appointed a full time writer to its online and marketing team. Alejandro Knott, a qualified journalist, has written for a number of publications as well managing their social media accounts.

Alejandro Knott

His duties for Kitchen Door Workshop will include regularly producing high quality written content for the website and brochures, handling the day-to-day running of the social media and dealing with all PR responsibilities. He will also be in playing a key role in the organisation and running of Kitchen Door Workshop’s exhibition at kbb May Design Series.

Kitchen Door Workshop Managing Director, Robert Clark, said: “Alejandro will help ensure all our written content is to a high standard and his background in journalism will really help not only with the writing but with the social media and PR aspect of the position.”

Coffee machine competition Terms and Conditions

January 23rd 2015 by .
  • 1. The promoter is: Kitchen Door Workshop Limited (company no.] 3084428 whose registered office is at Kitchen Door Workshop Limited, 8 Horsted Square, Bellbrook Business Park, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1QG
  • 2. Employees of Kitchen Door Workshop Limited or their family members or anyone else connected in any way with the competition or helping to set up the competition shall not be permitted to enter the competition.
  • 3. The competition is open to any entrant who submits their favourite tip to improve a kitchen. The best one in the judge’s opinion, will be selected as the winner.
  • 4. Route to entry for the competition is directly via the comments section of the ‘How to Improve your Kitchen and sell your House’ Infoblog.
  • 5. Closing date for entry will be at 5pm on Thursday April 30th. After this date no further entries to the competition will be permitted.
  • 6. No responsibility can be accepted for entries not received for whatever reason.
  • 7. The rules of the competition and the prize for the winner are as follows:
  • 8. Kitchen Door Workshop Limited reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice in the event of a catastrophe, war, civil or military disturbance, act of God or any actual or anticipated breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other event outside of Kitchen Door Workshop Limited’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified to entrants as soon as possible by Kitchen Door Workshop Limited.
  • 9. Kitchen Door Workshop Limited reserves the right to reject and remove any entry without reason.
  • 10. Kitchen Door Workshop Limited is not responsible for inaccurate prize details supplied to any entrant by any third party connected with this competition.
  • 11. The prize, a Magamix Nespresso Coffee machine, is subject to availability and we reserve the right to substitute it with another of equivalent value without giving notice. No cash alternative to the prize will be offered. The prize is not transferable.
  • 12. The prize Winners will be chosen and verified by Kitchen Door Workshop Limited management from all entries.
  • 13. The winner will be notified by email and/or letter within 30 days of the closing date. If the winner cannot be contacted or do not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.
  • 14. Kitchen Door Workshop Limited’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • 15. By entering this competition, an entrant is indicating his/her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  • 16. The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by English law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England.
  • 17. The winner agrees to the use of his/her name and image/s in any publicity material. Kitchen Door Workshop owns the copyright of any images published. Any personal data relating to the winner or any other entrants will be used solely in accordance with current [UK] data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrant’s prior consent.
  • 18. The winner’s name will be available 30 days after closing date by sending a stamped addressed envelope to the following address Kitchen Door Workshop Limited, 8 Horsted Square, Bellbrook Business Park, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1QG
  • 19. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook, Twitter or any other Social Network. You are providing your information to Kitchen Door Workshop Limited and not to any other.
  • 20. The prize will be sent by post to the winner at a UK address provided.


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Improve your kitchen & sell your house

January 20th 2015 by .
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The kitchen is the heart of the home, and prospective buyers make a beeline for this room when they
view a property. It’s thought that kitchen renovation brings the greatest ROI for those looking to sell a
property. Follow these tips to maximise your kitchen’s appeal and improve your chance of a sale.

Why not enter our competition and share your favourite tip for improving your kitchen?
Just submit your tip in the comments section below, and you could win a fantastic Magimix
Nespresso Coffee machine!

Layer your lighting

Don’t forget how integral lighting is to your kitchen’s overall look; think creatively about where to put it. For example, incorporating lighting below an island unit will make it appear to float. Stylish hanging lights can easily become the new focal point of the room. Avoid overhead fluorescent lights!

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kitchen appliances

Update your appliances

Not only do new appliances work much better than their predecessor, but they look fantastic. That brand new oven, or the trendy fridge-freezer, it is sure to help complete the kitchen.

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Update the plumbing fixtures

New taps can instantly make your kitchen look newer and finished. For kitchen sinks choose plumbing fixture collections that offer matching faucet, control, and sink sprayer. Brushed nickel, antique copper and brass fixtures are relatively inexpensive to replace.

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Update your cabinets

Replacing an entire kitchen can be extremely expensive, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to bring your kitchen back to life. Replacing your cabinets is cheap, easy and effective. Even just a lick of paint and a good clean can brighten up any kitchen.

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Add some rustic elements

Even if you have a modern kitchen, incorporating some rustic elements instantly adds character. Whether you choose to hang copper pots from a ceiling rack or display food prettily in jars, it will add a touch of personality to the kitchen which is important to prospective buyers.

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rustic elements


Show off your kitchenware

First impressions can make or break a sale. Leaving an eye-catching gadget out during a viewing will convince potential buyers of both you and your property’s worth. Dazzle them with a fancy coffee machine or set of gleaming chef’s knives prominently displayed in the kitchen.

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Keep windows clean and clear, but not naked, as bare windows make a place feel impersonal and run down. Roman shades add a touch of elegance to any room, particularly the kitchen, although they should always be fully open. You should ensure they match with your colour scheme!

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wall Display

Create a wall display

Any open kitchen wall space provides the opportunity to bring in attractive personal elements, such as photographs and artwork. This can help prospective buyers imagine how they would put their own personal stamp on the room. Wine racks and hanging utensils can also create interesting displays.

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Create a favourable aroma

It may seem like a cliché, but the smell of baking bread and brewing coffee are tried and tested techniques that provide a welcoming feel to a home. Make sure all rubbish, recycling and pet-related items are removed before showing your home. If you have a waste disposal system, run a lemon through it to eradicate any bad odours.

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favourable aroma

sink area

Don’t neglect the sink area

Whether you had new taps put in or not, the sink area must look attractive. Set fancy hand soap and lotion on a tray and get rid of old sponges and cloths. Clean taps until they shine.

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Accessorise the stove

A pretty pot or kettle on the stovetop is a welcoming touch. Just be sure the one you choose is in perfect condition — no scratched-up, battered old pans!

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acessorise the stove

tea towels

Add new tea towels

Brand-new tea towels should be a must on any kitchen staging shopping list. They are obvious and cost-effective way to add a splash of colour and pattern, especially to white kitchens that can come across as bland.

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Display fresh fruit or flowers

Attractive-looking fresh fruit displayed in a fruit bowl or cake plate instantly helps to make a kitchen look pretty. Alternatively, bring in fresh flowers or plants. These are quick, easy and inexpensive ways to get your kitchen looking finished.

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fresh fruit and flowers


Display your cookbooks

Cookbooks are accessories that make a kitchen look appealing and useful, although each book should have a nice looking cover and be in good shape. If you don’t have a shelf, a small stack of cookbooks on the counter will work, too.

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Buy a woodburner

An open fire is cosy, but remote-controlled gas, electric, wood or multi-fuelled fires are easier to maintain. A fire that lights up without you having to get off the sofa or a good woodburner give the impression the house is fresh and contemporary. Whichever you go for, a burning fire will do wonders for almost any kitchen helping to provide both light and warmth.

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For a chance to win a Magimix Nespresso Coffee Machine, just tell us in the comments below, how to improve your kitchen to sell your home. Please see our full Terms and Conditions

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Kitchen Door Workshop to unveil new products at kbb May Design Series

January 20th 2015 by .

Following our successful stand at kbb Birmingham last year, Kitchen Door Workshop has confirmed it will exclusively launch its new range of colours at kbb May Design Series 2015. kbb_may_design_series_art1 At the exhibition, held at London ExCeL 17 – 19 May 2015, the leading replacement door specialist will be unveiling its exquisite new collection – Colours of the Sea and the Sky. We pride ourselves on delivering the best possible customer service and as well as launching the new colours, we will also be showcasing our Gold Standard of customer service and what this features at kbb May Design Series.

Made to Measure

Every single one of our doors is made to measure, which ensures customers get doors that fit to perfection. And with such a wide selections of doors, colours, handles and finishes, there is a perfectly fit door available for every home.

7 Day Dispatch Guaranteed or Your Money Back

Kitchen Door Workshop now guarantees to manufacture and dispatch any size doors and drawer fronts from the Trend and Visions range in seven days or less – or we will give customers their money back. Doors ordered before lunchtime on a Friday will be dispatched at the latest the following Friday. It’s as simple as that!

Rated Excellent by Independent review site Trustpilot

Kitchen door workshop strives to deliver a Gold Standard of customer service and this has been rewarded by independent review site Trustpilot awarding us Excellent status following more than a thousand 5 Star reviews.

You can see our new products for yourself at the kbb May Design series held at London ExCeL 17-19th May 2015 on stand L270. We’d love to see you there!

Why White Kitchen Doors Will Always Be Popular

January 13th 2015 by .

No matter the shade or the finish, white kitchen doors will always be popular – and for good reason. White looks great in any kitchen regardless of its age, size or location. Whether you are having a complete kitchen makeover, or just replacing your kitchen doors, white brings timeless and sophisticated style to any room.

White kitchen doors provide effortless kitchen style. Shown here: Ringmer in High Gloss White.

White kitchen doors provide effortless kitchen style. Shown here: Ringmer in High Gloss White.

Timeless Beauty

One of the most common worries when renovating kitchens is that in a year’s time it will look outdated. Unlike many kitchen fads, avocado and harvest gold to name a couple, white really has stood the test of time. Its clean, simple look is unmatched by any other colour and it gives you limitless design options for the rest of the kitchen. White has been popular for centuries and will no doubt be fashionable for many more to come.


White looks stunning in so many styles and finishes and can be personalised even further with a range of edging options and handles. The traditional Shaker style of the Washington door offers timeless style and is complemented beautifully by dark handles. Alternatively, the handleless Ringmer is a modern twist on a classic door. All these doors come in a range of shades from sharp high gloss to crisp Silk white in the Trends range to the sleek, highly reflective look of the ultramodern Visions Ultragloss White. No matter the style you choose, white is so effortlessly stylish that it will look great in any kitchen.

Clean and Light

White kitchen doors and cabinets can give a room a dazzling radiance. White units will pick up what light there is available and reflect it, bouncing it of the walls, ceiling and floor to make your kitchen lighter, brighter and generally more attractive. Much like a white car, white kitchens look brilliant when spotless, providing a clean, natural look. However, they do need to be kept clean in order to maintain the stunning crispness for which white is known.

Blank Canvas

One of white’s greatest assets is that it creates a blank canvas from which you can let your design ambitions run wild.  A simple yet cleverly done kitchen in white can make a perfect backdrop for any accent colour you wish to include. By choosing coloured appliances, painting the wall your favourite colour, draping the room in brightly coloured accessories or even pairing it with a black worktop, you can add life to any white kitchen to create your perfect room. And you can be happy in knowing whatever colours you add, white is so versatile that it is sure to look great.

Regardless of why you have chosen white, you will know that you have chosen wisely. Replacement kitchen doors in white are always a good choice. You will get added reflection and light, a stylish, effortless look, a clean and hygienic kitchen and a versatile and easy colour to live with. If you are having trouble deciding on the colour for you – why not try no colour at all?

Colours shown on this website can vary from one door range to another (even if the name of the colour is the same) and may not be accurately displayed on your computer screen.
You can order free colour swatches so that you can see exactly what your chosen colour looks like before ordering.

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