In vogue prints, patterns and colour palettes should not be confined just to the catwalk this autumn/winter advises replacement kitchen door experts, Kitchen Door Workshop. With a cornucopia of cheap kitchen doors and drawer fronts in sage green, bright blue, spicy paprika and baby blue, it’s easy to flaunt interior design style credentials without breaking the bank.
Using coloured replacement kitchen doors and drawer fronts is a cost effective way to tap in to the trend as they can be screwed to the existing carcasses in just a few minutes. Kitchen Door Workshop has a choice of around 50 different colours and finishes of door, with prices starting from just £2.99. Doors are made to measure, so swapping out the old doors for a fresh new look is easy to do without professional help, giving the feeling of a brand new kitchen without the designer price tag.
“Greens, yellows, blues and oranges were very popular in the 1950s,” says Kitchen Door Workshop managing director, Robert Clark. “We’ve seen these shades coming back in to favour recently and expect them to be popular over the winter. The era is quite an easy one to recreate at home with coloured kitchen doors forming the focal point so other accessories can be kept neutral. If you’re not brave enough to try a glossy orange or sunshine yellow, plain cream door with contrasting door handles can give a nod to the trend without taking you out of your comfort zone.”
The Legato range of kitchen doors is a great starting point for recreating the trend with ultra gloss finishes to add a lux touch. The Ultra Gloss Baltic Blue replacement kitchen door is a vivid deep blue guaranteed to infuse even the smallest and darkest of kitchens with a shot of sophisticated bygone style. As each door is made to measure, the bank of Blue cabinets could be complimented by a handful of High Gloss Cream Slab doors on an opposing tract of worktop or facing wall. The two tones compliment and contrast, creating a 50s feel that can be amped up or pared down with the addition of carefully chosen accessories such as tea towels, wall art and even cutlery, pots and pans.
Doors can be personalised further with the addition of stylish handles. Choose from angular, cylindrical, square, bar and curved designs.
To view the entire range of 50s themed replacement kitchen doors, to order online and for measuring and fitting guides, visit https://www.kitchendoorworkshop.co.uk or call 01825 765041.