- Kitchen cupboard help :(
do you want the cupboard bit, the door or both?
B&Q do ‘take out’ cupboards that are ok. just measure the width you need and buy one of those.
As for the door, you’ll need to try the original supplier and see if they have anything the right colour.
You could just put open shelves there, I guess if you can’t get a matching door?Posted 4 years ago
You’ll need a bit of plinth, too.
 hinges etc will be designed to take account of the sides of a cupboard filling that gap – they’ll be ‘wrong’ if you try and attach to the sides of what’s there now so you might have to get a cupboard to get a door to hang properly.
The end panels might be possible to remove and turn into a door but you may have some uncovered edges at the end.Posted 4 years ago
Taking out that blanking piece in the end and moving the cupboard where the water bottle is to fit a standard size cupboard in that empty space seems a very good option.. That space is dishwasher size ..i tried to look one before and its a dishwasher standard size.. (Well most of them i.e. Argos, currys..) Now its the color i will have to worry about…not matching color is really not an option sadly. …
If only there is a cupboard that the door looks like a faceplate of a dishwasher would be very good idea so i dont have to worry about the wood colorPosted 4 years ago
ikea do a stainless steel door, I’m sure others do. Different widths available so you could get two to fill the gap.Posted 4 years ago
Hi guys and gals… Where can i get info where to buy a cabinet piece of cupboard (is it what its called? 🙄 ) …supposed to be dishwasher there but decided to get a cupboard instead. Any help or info at all getting the right piece of cabinet and color is highly appreciated. Cheers.Posted 4 years agospooky_b329Member
Might well be leading you up the garden path, but if you google some of the info on the label, you end up looking at a ‘Charles Rennie Mackintosh’ kitchen, looks a bit pricey but you never know. Your label says ‘Profile’ which is shaker style but they also do ‘Linear’ which is slab fronted doors like yours, also Walnut is an option. If it is the same kitchen perhaps some bits are interchangeable between ranges hence the Profile being on the label.Posted 4 years agotonyplymMember
If the house is part of a larger development it might be worth asking the neighbours to see if any of them are about to change their kitchen – if a standard fit and colour has been used across the development then you might strike it lucky and be able to blag some bits.Posted 4 years agobensalesMember
Although free standing dishwashers are 600 wide, the space might not be. I’ve just built my kitchen and the ‘600’ space for the dishwasher is actually slightly larger, in order to make it easier to get the appliance in and out.
If it is 600, then you should just be able to slot in a 600 cabinet with door, assuming you can find out where the kitchen came from. Chance are though, if it was put in when the house was built, it might be from a supplier who doesn’t sell to the public.Posted 4 years agocbSubscriber
http://www.kbsa.org.uk/ You could try that lot to see if they recognise the label codes. Or Paula Rosa/Manhatten kitchens or Symphony. Wates would tend to use one of the big suppliers I’d imagine. How old is the house? I know we inherited a house ‘manual’ with all kinds of technical detail on appliances / kitchens / alarms etc. Do you have one stashed away somewhere?Posted 4 years ago
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