The Marlow is an inexpensive painted shaker kitchen door front. The doors are assembled from five pieces of vinyl veneered material, four frame pieces made around a flat center panel. The system is fast and economic. Once the door is assembled it is then painted to any of the twenty-five colours of the Burbidge range. As with any door range developed to a budget price the accessories range is not vast, nevertheless, it is certainly enough to offer clients enough to form a very desirable kitchen with enough features to enjoy.
Laying a tiled floor in a kitchen is a fine idea, but does have its pitfalls. Over a sound concrete floor, there are rarely difficulties. When laying over a timber substrate one does have to be careful. If the floor flexes at all then the tiles will need to flex. Tiles do not flex. I tend to recommend Karndean as a tile system if working with a timber foundation floor.