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Dream Doors launches new door styles and colours for 2016

31 August 2016

Kitchen makeover specialist Dream Doors has launched a new range of door styles and colours, available to customers for Autumn / Winter 2016/17.

Continuing the trend for more neutral colours in the kitchen, Dream Doors has added 21 new colours to its classic range, nine new colours to its modern range and three new colours to its traditional range. There is also a new door style range called Integra which is also available.

“It’s all about giving franchisees the means to offer their customers as much choice as possible, and consumers are still interested in keeping doors and work surfaces neutral and adding colour to the kitchen elsewhere,” said Troy Tappenden, MD, Dream Doors. “We do still have an enormous range of bolder and more striking door colours if people want that, but there can be no denying the on-going popularity of more subtle colours in kitchen doors and we think these made an excellent addition to the range.”

Details on the new ranges can be found in one of Dream Doors 70+ showrooms across the UK, online or in the new Dream Doors brochure.  The full range of new colours is listed below.

Modern range:

Driftwood Light grey
Evora Stone Graphite
Gladstone Tobacco Oak
Halifax Natural Oak
Mirror Effect
Supermatt Cashmere
Supermatt Dust Grey
Supermatt Light Grey
Supermatt White

Traditional range:

Matt Graphite
Oakgrain Cashmere
Oakgrain Grey

Classic range:

High Gloss Anthracite Sparkle
High Gloss Blue Sparkle
High Gloss Cashmere
High Gloss Dakar
High Gloss Denim
High Gloss Dust Grey
High Gloss Graphite
High Gloss Mussel
High Gloss Stone Grey
Painted Oak Dust Grey
Painted Oak Fjord
Painted Oak Graphite
Painted Oak Light Grey
Painted Oak Porcelain
Super Matt Fjord
Super Matt Frost White
Super Matt Graphite
Super Matt Light Grey
Super Matt Mussel
Super Matt Stone Grey

Dream Doors enables its customers to transform their kitchen by replacing work surfaces, doors and draw fronts, all for a fraction of the cost and hassle of a complete re-fit. Every single door it supplies – including the new colours and styles - is made to measure a customer’s exact requirements.

“We are delighted to be able to offer our customers even more choice as to how their kitchen looks and feels,” continued Troy Tappenden. “More neutral colours are much less likely to date and they are easy to accessorise and be made to work with other elements of the kitchen. We always use the very best fitters available and no customer will pay the full amount until they are happy and satisfied with the agreed installation.”

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