A round kitchen island with a granite top. The bottom section was made using MDF which was
veneered after the curved doors were fashioned. There are 5 doors to compartments housing,
amongst other things, a stainless steel rubbish bin. The plinth is also MDF and sprayed with a
hard wearing black paint.
This is another part of the same kitchen where all the cupboards are made from MDF
and sprayed with a 2 pack paint for durability.
Two larder cupboards either side of a large fridge freezer. The painted finish
is the same as the cupboards above.
These cupboard doors were made when this kitchen was refurbished and additional
carcasses installed. As doors for the new units could not be matched with the old, it was
decided that new doors were required throughout. The new doors were made to extend above
the cupboard carcasses to provide additional covered storage space to the ceiling.
Making new doors to totally match an existing installation is an almost impossible
task. Shape and size can usually be accommodated but colour difference becomes a
serious problem. As timber ages, the colour changes so even if the new doors looked the
same at the time of delivery, the colour will change over the years.