This recently fitted gloss ivory kitchen with Jackson pine cabinets uses a new take on the traditional two tone style.
In the past, people would use two different doors to create a two-tone look… Whilst this way of doing it is still a trusted method, the newest fashion is to use the same doors on base and wall units, with a different colour cabinet. Using a different colour cabinet means the contrast is on the side of the units rather than the doors.
Jackson pine cabinets
The customer chose a gloss ivory door with Jackson pine cabinets. We combined matching worktops and a plinth (acting as a frame around the doors) This gives a bold but classy appearance to the job, and adding to the two-tone look.
Gloss ivory kitchen
At The Gallery we have access to over 200 different cabinet colours; and offer an array of gloss doors to giving a huge choice of possible door and cabinet combinations. In addition to this, we can also offer worktops in some of the more popular cabinet colours, which can really add another dimension to your kitchen design.
We completed this look with the use of the Neff slide and hide oven, with a compact oven and microwave above it. Our expert fitters ensured this was seamlessly joined with metal side trims.