Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Wall Curved Door & Filler Post, Set of 2

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Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Wall Curved Door & Filler Post, Set of 2

Product code:
04155515
Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Wall Curved Door & Filler Post, Set of 2

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£164.00

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These stylish Wall curved door & filler posts will spruce up any kitchen, giving it a contemporary feel.

  • Aubergine, non-framed door and gloss finish
  • Built to last - guarantee

Features and Benefits

The Raffello high gloss aubergine range adds a luxurious and sumptuous finish to your kitchen. Emitting warmth and personality. This door and post kit is ideal for completing your dream kitchen space.

  • Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber

Technical Specifications

Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Wall Door

Technical specification of Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Wall Door
Range High gloss aubergine
Model Curved
Colour description Aubergine
Material MDF
Construction Postformed laminate on MDF
Surface finish Gloss
Frame Non-framed
Handles included Handles available separately
Hinges included Hinges, including soft-close, available separately
Thickness 18mm
Timber approval FSC approved
Timber certificate TT-COC-003110

Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Door Post (H)897mm (W)33.5mm (D)18mm

Technical specification of Cooke & Lewis High Gloss Aubergine Door Post (H)897mm (W)33.5mm (D)18mm
Height 897mm
Width 33.5mm
Depth 18mm
Finish Gloss
Surface finish Postformed laminate
Material MDF
Brand Cooke & Lewis
Range High gloss aubergine
Timber approval FSC approved
Timber certificate TT-COC-003110

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How to update your kitchen

How to update your kitchen

For many of us, the kitchen is the heart of the home – it’s the place where we cook, where we gather to eat and where we choose to entertain. It can often do double-duty as a playroom, dining room, laundry, home office and more. Therefore, it’s no surprise that kitchens often show wear and tear quickly.

Thankfully, creating a new look in your kitchen doesn’t mean you need to start again from scratch. Transformations can often be quick and simple – and most need next-to-no tools. We’re talking low mess, low fuss, and maximum impact.

To get you inspired, here are our top tips to inject a breath of fresh air into your kitchen. They’re easy projects that can be completed start to finish in a couple of hours at most. So grab your supplies, let’s get started!

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Buyer's guide to fitted kitchens - what kitchen style is right for you?

Buyer's guide to fitted kitchens - what kitchen style is right for you?

You’ve flicked through countless magazines. You’ve whiled away hours on Pinterest. You’ve read our guide to planning your kitchen. And yet you’re still not sure what style of kitchen you want. How to decide when there are so many options?

Firstly, let’s not press the panic button just yet. Abundance of choice is good. And when it comes to fitted kitchens it’s even better. Gone are the days when everyone’s kitchen looked the same. With new innovations in colour, design and functionality, modern kitchens can be as distinctive and individual as every other room in the house.

And here at B&Q there’s no one size fits all approach. Fancy mixing modern with traditional? Great, let’s go for it. Want to mix and match your worktops? Sure, of course. Remember – there’s no right or wrong way to select your kitchen style. It’s all about what works best for you and serves your needs.

There’s a whole range of options available, so let’s talk style…

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What about the rest of your home?

For many of us, our kitchen’s style is the number one consideration. But sometimes it’s not as simple as just personal taste, there can be other factors to think about. Firstly, what is the age of your property? Centuries old homes look and feel different to new builds, so if you’re keen that your kitchen suits the rest of your home’s character, choose one that complements rather than contrasts.

Secondly, does your kitchen have an open-plan design? If so, it can be difficult to stamp a different personality on this space compared to the rest of the room. If you do opt for a separate style, think about how the two looks will merge into one another. Will it be a gradual change or a more definite stop and start?

And while it’s important to understand how these, and other, factors might affect your kitchen style choices – they don’t have to limit them. They’re just potential factors. Not the critical decision maker.

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