Cupboard doors and kitchen cabinets allow you to express your personality. They are perhaps the most noticeable design element in anyone’s kitchen.
Cabinets and cupboard doors made from melamine and thermoform plastic with a silicon coating and heat deflector strips are modern options, although Next Edition Kitchens will gladly make and install glass doors and fine woodwork.
Dezignatek – a reliable option
Dezignatek are one of our most popular suppliers of kitchen components. Have a play with the palates found on Dezignatek’s website below.
Next Edition Kitchens can make your drawers ‘soft close’ (aka No Slam Drawers), we use push-to touch fittings and we like to use Enko handles and Blum fittings often. We work closely with Stone Warehouse and Whangarei’s Northern Benchtops in delivering these fine touches.
Your kitchen options explained
Other popular options for your kitchen cabinets, cupboards and drawers include:
- Louvered horizontal wood slats work on cupboard doors, windows, and interior doors and show off the beauty of wood.
- Shaker-style cabinetry gets its name from the distinctive Shaker furniture style, which uses simple clean lines and emphasises utility. Shaker doors have a frame made from four pieces and a single flat centre panel for the fifth piece.
- Flat panel – the flat-panel cabinet door doesn’t have expensive details and is sleek and stylish. Its minimalist form and strong lines make it look modern and bold
- Inset doors – typical cabinet doors rest on the outside of the frame. Inset doors are designed and constructed with extremely precise measurements so that it nests inside the frame and opens and closes properly, even when the wood expands and contracts. Expect your inset doors to come with exposed hinges which bring an opportunity for a little bit more personality.