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1909 Slab

On-trend Graphite working areas contrast beautifully with the fun retro Dry Rose island to mix a pared back industrial look with echoes of a vintage interior. Alternatively the lighter, neutral, softer tones of Cadet blue create a traditional look, with a touch of modern glamour.

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Door Style -

Slab In-Frame, 1-piece door, 4 piece Smooth frame with flush joints

 

Door Thickness -

22mm

Door Specification -

MDF Door with Solid Alder Wood Outer frame, Frame profile is 36mm on the top & sides and 68mm on the bottom

Finish -

Smooth Matt Painted

Handle -

Handles

Door Sizes -

Standard Sizes & Bespoke Sizes both available in 6 to 8 weeks

Guarantee -

6 years parts, 1 year labour

Pricing Estimates
Painted:

Small - 10 Units

Medium - 15 Units
Large - 18 Units

 £4,591.44

£5,679.43

£7,871.48

The prices stated are for carcase & door only and are net prices so VAT must be added if applicable. You can then bolt on appliances, sink, tap, worktop & installation prices to provide you with a much closer estimate for the full kitchen.

Paint to Order Door Colours

20 working day minimum leadtime 

Lights/Whites

Greys

Warm Neutrals

Greens

Blues

1.webp

Chalk

Matt

2.webp

Porcelain

Matt

3.webp

Albaster

Matt

4.webp

Mussel

Matt

1.webp

Dove Grey

Matt

2.webp

Partridge Grey

Matt

3.webp

Silver Grey

Matt

4.webp

Dust Grey

Matt

5.webp

Slate

Matt

6.webp

Graphite

Matt

7.webp

Carbon

Matt

1.webp

Cashmere

Matt

2.webp

Dry Rose

Matt

3.webp

Stone

Matt

4.webp

Putty

Matt

5.webp

Sude

Matt

6.webp

Truffle

Matt

7.webp

Lava

Matt

1.webp

Sage

Matt

2.webp

Flint Grey

Matt

3.webp

Trench Coat Grey

Matt

4.webp

Regiment

Matt

5.webp

Copse Green

Matt

1.webp

China Blue

Matt

2.webp

Chalk Blue

Matt

3.webp

Cadet

Matt

4.webp

Cornflower

Matt

5.webp

Stormblue

Matt

6.webp

Hartforth Blue

Matt

7.webp

Charcoal

Matt

Service & Maintenance

  • Whilst doors should be of consistent overall appearance, slight variations in finish from one door to the next are characteristic in a process which features a significant element of hand manufacture. Such variations should not be visible however when viewed from a distance of one metre under normal lighting.

  • 1909 is constructed from a solid alder frame with flush joints. 1909 doors, in common with all other timber product, are subject to movement with changes in moisture level in the environment. This movement may be expressed in the form of a hairline crack (also known as 'whisper joints) in the paint surface along the line of the joints. This is a natural characteristic of smooth painted timber furniture and does not represent a product fault.

  • As far as is practically possible, 1909 furniture should be handled considerately to avoid chipping and bruising. To touch up small defects, spray a small quantity of paint into the cap of the spray paint and use a small artists brush to touch in chip or pin holes.