Kitchen doors get a lot use and wear and the most common melamine or foil faced doors are hard to repair once they are damaged and the surface layer is broken. Using birch plywood is a simple and cost effective way to construct doors that both look good and are easily repairable & refinishable – and, as in this case, have integral handles too…
We were approached by a client in London who was looking for a range of plywood doors for their new kitchen. Starting with their initial list we prepared a door schedule and provided 3D visuals of typical doors, prepared using our SolidWorks 3D design software.
We also supplied a detail of the integral handle that our clients particularly required:
Once these details were approved we manufactured a single door as a sample and sent it off to our client for approval before manufacturing the whole batch.
Our whole communication process was aimed at ensuring that our client was happy at every stage, both with design and materials.
After sample approval we then manufactured the full batch of panels, coated them with satin finished wood wax and shipped them off to our client for them to install.
It’s great when we get spontaneous feedback from our clients; in this case we were really pleased when our clients emailed to say:
“Just a quick note to say we are delighted with the door panels, thank you so much for such a wonderful product and exemplary customer service. … they look smashing. We’ve passed your details to our architect who is very impressed.”
All sort of door shapes and profiles are possible so get in touch to see how we can make just what you need…