Providing its customers with even more choice when it comes to eclectic styles, the online replacement door specialist, Kitchen Door Workshop has created the new Singleton door and drawer option.
Noticing the trend for kitchens that sit somewhere between traditional and modern styles, Singleton has been designed with beautiful yet restrained detailing. The outer routed double line edging and central deep panel with a plain square edge, gives it a classic nod, whilst its precise corners and linear styling give it a modern and fresh appeal. Quite simply, Ticehurst offers a great option for those that to update their kitchen quickly and simply with a traditional but unfussy look.
The high quality Singleton door is available as a replacement door or drawer front and comes in a wide range of sizes. It’s also available in numerous finishes including paintable vinyl, silk finishes, textured grain and painted timber effect options. Offering a competitive option for updating a kitchen, a Singleton door in an Olive finish measuring H71.5xW49.6xD1.8cm retails from £24.95 including VAT.
The new door style will be unveiled at the kbb exhibition 2014 at the NEC in Birmingham 2-5th March 2014.
Also, The Kitchen & Door Workshop have launched their new book for trade clients, detailing everything you could ever need to know about fitting replacement doors or drawers, the Kitchen Door Workshop has launched its first book.
The Kitchen Door Workshop understands how important it is for installers to be able to show their customers that replacement doors can be a quick, simple and high quality option for updating the kitchen. To make this clear, the Kitchen Door Workshop has launched a book “How to Replace Your Kitchen Doors” which details everything a person could ever need to know about fitting replacement doors or drawers. This book will not only give installers extra tips and advice, but allow the installers to show their customers how this option can work for them.
Robert Clark the Managing Director of the Kitchen Door Workshop shares his expertise and takes the reader through the simple skills and various tasks that are needed to fit replacement doors and drawers. From measuring up, to fitting hinges and door handles, this user-friendly guide features high quality photographs with step-by-step guides taking the reader through every stage of the process. Each chapter also has an exciting hot tip which readers can then follow through to watch a special video on the Kitchen Door Workshop’s website.
The digital version is available for free for download from the Kitchen Door Workshop’s website. Alternatively, readers can order the printed book through Amazon for a fee of £9.28 plus postage and packaging.
For further details on the Kitchen Door Workshop please call 0845 643 1928 or visit www.kitchendoorworkshop.co.uk. The Kitchen Door Workshop showroom is located at the Millers Yard, Straight Half Mile, Maresfield, East Sussex, TN22 3AY.