Brighton Graphite Bedroom Doors
A slab door with wider profiled edges on the sides and narrower top and bottom
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Image shown for illustrative purposes only. Doors and drawer fronts should be ordered individually.
Having a brighter and lighter bedroom might seem like an impossible task when you also love dark colours and dramatic looks. But if your bedroom happens to be on the darker side of your house and you get little natural light, you might need to learn a few tricks of the trade to get that light in, even if you are going for a dark colour on your wardrobes such as Graphite on the Brighton door. Thereâ??s plenty you can do to ensure that your room feels and looks brighter while enjoying those dramatic shades.
Graphite is truly a colour that really expresses who you are. Deep and dark, it feels organic and natural due to the stone-like look and feel - but it also has the ability to make lighter colours stand out even more. It is about the contrast of white against Graphite that allows you to build the brightness in the room. Paint walls white, go for white bedding and use reflective mirrors around the room and you can have your cake and eat it too - or rather, have your Brighton doors in Graphite and let some light in, too.
The Brighton door is also incredibly good at allowing light to bounce around the room even when you have used a darker shade. The flat frontage is brought forward by a deep chamfer along the edges and will enhance any colour you choose. You can also add light enhancing handles such as those in chrome to add a little more sparkle. Try using some white drawer fronts to lift the look if you feel that there is too much dark in the room. Overall the combination of the Brighton door with Graphite might seem dark, it can easily be lifted by using contrasting white elsewhere.
We do our best to produce accurate images but there may be some slight variation between how the colour appears on your screen and how it looks on the door. We always recommend ordering free colour swatches or purchasing a sample door so you can see exactly what your colour choice will look like.
Please note that doors and drawer fronts are sold separately. Our images show doors with their corresponding drawer fronts, but this is for illustrative purposes only.
|Door Thickness (mm)||18|
|Minimum height (mm)||60|
|Minimum width (mm)||60|
|Maximum door/drawer height (mm)||2540|
|Maximum door/drawer width (mm)||1200|
|Colour Grain Direction||Vertical|
|Finishes||Satin - Matt|
Products from our Trends range are FSC and PEFC certified, ensuring our timber-based raw material is sourced from controlled, well managed and sustainable forests.
Drawer front design is supplied on all sizes up to 282mm high. The minimum height is 60mm and minimum width 60mm. Maximum width is 1200mm. Drawer fronts are supplied with horizontal grain unless specified otherwise.
Some handles will not fit small drawer fronts and care should be taken before fitting to ensure that the handles you have chosen will fit the size and style of doors/drawers that you have chosen.
Doors are supplied with vertical grain.
This style of door does not come with a mid rail.
The largest door we manufacture is 2540mm high by 1200mm wide.
Frame doors are supplied unglazed, with a rebated back and a soft glazing gasket. Doors can be supplied as Open Frames or Georgian Frames. Tall doors supplied with a midrail can have full open frames (ie with no midrail), top open frames or top and bottom open frames. Please specify when ordering.
Georgian frames will be supplied as follows:
|Up to 800mm high||4 panes|
|801mm - 1100mm||6 panes|
|Over 1100mm high||8 panes|
The minimum height for panels is 60mm, and the minimum width is 100mm. Maximum width is 1200mm. The grain direction of panels will match the doors - except panels below the height of 282mm, which will be supplied with horizontal grain unless stated otherwise. The backs of panels will match the backs of the doors.
Handles are not supplied as standard, please choose any handle you wish from our range, or fit your own.
Drilling for hinges and handles
We offer a hinge hole drilling service at a modest cost.
Please let us know your hinge hole measurements and we will drill them accordingly. Measure from the top or bottom of the door to the centre of the hinge hole. If you need any guidance on measuring for hinges, watch our diy help videos or give us a call.
You can have your hinge holes drilled from 60mm from the bottom and top edge of the door.
We are unable to drill for handles.
Matching door backs
The term 'matching back' means that the door will have a similar coloured melamine back, rather than a vinyl back and as such the colour and texture may be different from the front of the door. In particular, textured and high gloss colour doors will be supplied with a smooth matt finish back.
All doors are supplied with matching finish backs with the following exceptions:
|High Gloss Anthracite||Silver back|
|High Gloss Cappuccino||Cream back|
|Brushed Steel||Silver Back|
|High Gloss Metallic Blue||Silver Back|
Horizontal grain is available as a special request in all woodgrain colour options. High gloss colours are available with horizontal grain up to 1200mm high. Standard woodgrain colours are available up to 1200mm high.
The same applies to wine rack fronts, modern canopies, plain canopies, T&G canopies and PVC panels, and are made as specified.
High gloss colours
High gloss finishes are manufactured using a heavier gauge vinyl and as such definition can be less sharp on items which have more detailed designs.
Order before 12:45 pm on 24/06/2021 to receive it by 06/07/2021
- Free delivery on orders over £400
- Delivery £15.99 on orders up to £100
- Delivery £30 on orders £101-£399
- Free delivery on sample doors
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.