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KIT-Marpatt-Foundation

Foundation Collection by Marpatt

Your new painted kitchen starts here. They can choose from a selection of seven inspiring designs. A full range of practical and innovative accessories are available, including curved doors and pilasters enable a unique personalisation.

Door Styles Available


Painted in Light Grey

A strongly constructed shaker design that suits many styles of kitchen. Shown painted in light grey and in a contemporary setting mixed with some carbon slab doors. This adaptable model looks equally attractive with gentle curved doors and pilasters.


Painted in Porcelain

This popular wide styled oak shaker door features a bevelled inside profile. Finished in poreclain, it has been contrasted with some deep ocean oak grained slab doors. The pilasters that finish the ends of the centre island are complemented by tall pilasters that wrap around the inbuilt tall housing.

Painted in Cashmere

The main feature of this classic styled kitchen is the totally smooth finish. This 5 piece timber door exudes a refined elegance and is shown here fitted in cashmere. The curved doors aid the flow around this practical kitchen and are complemented with traditional accessories such as the overmantel and wide platerack.


Painted in Alabaster

This generously proportioned shaker oak door has been painted in mussel. The striking mantel with chunky corbels and solid shelf matches well with the large storage cupboards clad in tongue & groove panels. An attractive wine rack is conveniently placed in the centre island.

Painted in Alabaster

The interesting step moulding on this oak door model adds a little detail to the standard shaker design. Shown here with attractive curved doors on the island and matching quarter round pilasters. The alabaster paint blends well with the natural oak worktop and accessories.


Colour Pallette

All painted doors can be supplied in the colours shown. Please ask for a sample colour as they can look different on monitors, smart phones and tablets than they do by eye.