Semi Circle Cutout
The classic simplicity of the circle pull handled door works well in all materials and provides a clean modern look. The circle pull handle is suitable for inset or overlay doors and provides a great balanced aesthetic on drawer fronts as well as larger doors. The position of the circle pull can be changed to best suite your kitchen cabinet configuration.
A very popular door front that works well on inset and overlay doors and drawers. In veneered oak and birch the handless design makes the natural wood finish the focus of the kitchen. With a Formica finish the contrast of the wood cutout against the coloured Formica provides an attractive design feature. The position of the cutouts can be tailored to suite your kitchen configuration.
The recessed semi-circle cut out provides a clean and minimal yet unusual and modern design feature for your kitchen. As with the other cut-out style doors the contrast of the wood works well against a coloured Formic finish. With natural birch ply or oak veneer the cutout becomes a more subtle feature. With a variety of positions for the cutout double doors and drawers together create a modern full circle handle.
One of the original and most common of handless kitchen door designs the J-Profile gives a sleek and modern look. This type of door should overlay the cabinet and is not suited to inset configurations.
Edge pulls are alternatives to traditional style cupboard drawer and door handles. They can be fitted horizontally on drawers and vertically on doors and suitable for both inset and overlay doors. The sleek design of finger pulls makes them a great addition to a stylish and minimalistic kitchen interior to add the finishing touch.
Slab doors provide the ultimate in minimalistic design aesthetic when used with push to open mechanisms. When used with birch or oak veneered doors the natural beauty and tones of the wood become the focal point of your kitchen. Slab doors also allow for the fixture of handles of your choosing and and provide a high level of customisation.