Although a Shaker door at first glance, Treloy keeps it simple by shunning the wood grain texture of so many other doors, opting instead for a satin-smooth painted finish.
Sister to the Keele, Treloy is certainly the more glamorous sibling due to an added touch of detail – delicate moulding surrounding its centre panel. This may seem a small detail when looking at just one door, but apply this to a whole kitchen and you have something quite special.
Accessories include square pilasters and beaded end panels, both displayed here on the end of the island. A stylish canopy is a beautiful addition as well as a clever hiding place for your extractor fan.
Available in 4 colours, further colours available in the summer of 2017
Image one: Treloy shaker style range with a soft chamfered profile centre panel. Shown with the stunning pastry bench.
Image two: The curved tall pilaster complements well with the chamfer of the centre profile.
Image three: Detail showing the soft chamfer edge of the centre panel, teamed with the brushed steel handles.
Image four: Showing off the glazed doors of this Treloy range.
Image five: The square look base pilaster works well on an island area especially where the pastry bench has been designed.