Kitchen door and component manufacturer Uform has introduced a collection of inframe effect ranges, allowing consumers to achieve the look without a premium price tag.
The company’s ‘Get In Line’ campaign features two new timber doors – Arrington and Jacobsen – as well as two additions to its existing Winslow routered range.
The new Arrington range is a development of Uform’s Aldana shaker door and is a 5-piece solid frame with flat veneer centre panel.
Arrington incorporates a narrow 68mm frame with a 28mm routered outer frame and 5mm router line.
It comes in a range of Made to Order doors sizes, feature frames and accessories to suit both classic and modern designs.
For a more traditional alternative, Uform has introduced the Jacobsen range, an inframe effect twist on its current Jefferson range.
A 5-piece solid frame with raised veneer centre panel, Jacobsen features a 90mm door frame which includes a 28mm routered outer frame and 5mm routerline.
It includes Made to Order glazed, Georgian and Edwardian frames, in addition to cross rail doors, allowing kitchen designers to create an inframe look without the fitting complexity of a true inframe.
Winslow completes Uform’s trio of timber inframe effect ranges, with a beaded centre panel design.
The 5-piece timber shaker features a 93mm door frame, including a 28mm routered frame, and 5mm routerline.
The full timber inframe effect collection is available in sanded ash, a choice of 30 standard Paint-to-Order colours or Uform’s bespoke Colour Match service.
A range of freestanding furniture pieces can also be created from sideboards to console tables, bookcases and media units.
This range of door styles, as well as accessories, across all three ranges, allows homeowners to integrate their kitchen with other areas in the home; such as bootrooms, pantries and home offices.
It follows on from its ‘Think Finishes’ product launch in 2022, which featured additional paint and ex-stock colours, as well as handles.