The Finsbury is my favorite kitchen! The Newport is back. Ok, it is now painted ash to any colour but the architecture of this door is the best. It is the frame width and the bead detail to the flat center panel that offers such balance and finesse.
The Barnes is the shaker member of the “Simply Burbidge” range. The shaker design is classic with a standard frame width, though to bring something new to the design the center panel is set back further than one would expect in a shaker door. This range of kitchens offers three all at the same price, this the Barns, the Kew, and the Finsbury. All are ash painted to any of twenty-five colours.
Wine coolers have glass doors when the wine inside prefers to be in the dark or not subjected to Uv light. Why do the manufacturers not supply a properly integrated wine cooler with a furniture door? Having Googled the subject I find that an integrated furniture door would be better on a wine cooler, but you do not get to see the wine inside. Apparently, people want glazed doors on their wine cooler as it makes selecting the second bottle easier, and all of your friends can see what the third bottle many be.