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Accessorise Oak Kitchens with Cornices and Pelmets

Posted by admin on June 25, 2014 at 3:56 pm. Filed under: Products

Our oak kitchen wall cabinets are made of solid European oak and finished to an incredibly high standard, and look great when mounted on the walls of oak kitchens as they are.

If you’d like to add a little extra style or flare to your wall units, however, then consider a cornice or ponder a pelmet. Cornices are designed to add a decorative trim around the bottom of your cupboards, whilst pelmets are placed on the top.

Accessorise Oak Kitchens with Cornices and Pelmets

Cornices and pelmets from Solid Wood Kitchen Cabinets come in either a Shaker or Traditional finish to suit both contemporary and classic kitchen themes. Shaker styling is simplistic and elegant, whilst the Traditional styling is embellished with extra details to add ornate flair.

We offer a wide range, including straight options up to 2700mm, along with the new addition of curved options (which match our excellent kitchen corner cabinets and curved doors). No matter what finish you’ve gone for in your kitchen, these decorative items can be completed in the style of your choosing: sanded, lacquered or painted in one of Farrow & Ball’s finest shades.

Both cornices and pelmets are constructed from full stave solid oak, with a supplement of oak-foiled MDF on the rear for ease of installation. The inclusion of the MDF return also allows the wood to move with changes in temperature without separating from the cabinets.

If you’d like to see our attractive cornices and pelmets in action, do visit our Gloucester showroom; we have nine full kitchen sets on display, each featuring a wonderful array of cabinetry, solid wood worktops, and frontals accessories. We’re open from 9am-5pm, Monday – Friday, and 10am-2pm on Saturday.


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