UK: Cabinet Doors: Cabinet Door Manufacturers & Suppliers
ABOUT CABINET DOORS
Replacement cabinet doors provide a way of changing the look of a kitchen, and updating it, at a fraction of the cost of installing a new fitted kitchen. There are three main types of cabinet door: solid wood, MDF with melamine, and MDF with vinyl. Solid cabinet doors can be made of pine, or a variety of hardwoods such as oak, beech, maple and walnut. MDF (medium density fibreboard) cabinet doors may have a flat surface or one with engraved grooves to give the look of wood construction. A melamine or vinyl surface is applied under pressure to the MDF. Leading UK suppliers of cabinet doors are profiled below the panel of sponsored links.
LEADING CABINET DOOR MANUFACTURERS & SUPPLIERS
Re-Nu Kitchens: Cabinet Doors. Re-Nu Kitchens, based in Poole, Dorset, has been supplying replacement bedroom doors and cabinet doors since 1987. Re-Nu Kitchens argue that replacement kitchen cabinet doors can be fitted in a day, with no mess, and save much of the cost of a new fitted kitchen. Re-Nu Kitchens can also supply new kitchen units and appliances. Cabinet doors are supplied in three materials: MDF, Vinyl, and Solid Wood. The MDF kitchen cupboard doors are flat-surfaced and melamine faced, with a choice of more than 30 coloured finishes. These include white, buttermilk, and several wood-effect melamine finishes including Beech, Oak, Ash, Pear, Walnut, Maple, and Birch. The vinyl cabinet doors have MDF core decorative panel designs. They are available in shades of white and cream and in wood-effect finishes. Solid wood cabinet doors are available in plain and decorative designs, in Oak, Maple, Cherry and Pine.
Doors2Size: Cabinet Doors. Doors2Size is based in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire. It supplies MDF kitchen cabinet doors in many styles and finishes, and to any size. Cabinet doors can be made to Imperial as well as Metric sizes, and angled cabinet doors can be supplied for fitting under lofts or stairs. Designs for cabinet doors include plain doors, simple Shaker designs, and Cathedral designs with curved panel shapes. Colours include vanilla, ivory, and a wide range of wood-effect finishes including Oak, Alder, Maple, and Beech. The manufacturing process starts with MDF sheet which already has has a melamine backing. The doors are cut to size, and the desired pattern is cut into the front surface of the MDF. The desired finish is then vacuum applied in the form of vinyl sheet, giving the painted or wood-grain look. Cabinet doors can also be supplied in raw MDF for painting.
Kitchen Refurbs: Cabinet Doors. Kitchen Refurbs Ltd is part of Doors Direct, based in Didcot, Oxfordshire. It offers a very wide variety of replacement cabinet doors, all of which are custom made to measure to the customer's required sizes. Depending on the type of cabinet door, delivery times vary from 7 to 10 working days up to 5 to 6 weeks. The website is organised into the following sections: Hi Gloss Cabinet Doors, Glass/Glazed Cabinet Doors, Painted Cabinet Doors, Handle-less Door Systems, Real Wood Veneer Cabinet Doors, Solid Wood Cabinet Doors, and Vinyl Wrapped Shaker Doors. The Solid Wood Cabinet Doors are available in eight decorative styles, each of which comprises a four-piece outer frame and a solid wood panel in the centre. Standard wood choices, all of which are clear lacquered, include: Natural Oak, Natural Ash, Natural Pine, Natural Maple, and Natural Beech.
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