The ‘sister’ door to Keele, Treloy’s smooth and uncomplicated design is characterised by subtle beading surrounding the centre panel, giving it just a touch of traditional charm.
Modern Shaker – The traditional roots of Treloy are implied by the delicately beaded centre panel, however this kitchen’s modern tendencies are strong; joints and texture are dismissed in favour of a uniform and silky, smooth surface.
26 Painted Colours – The colour palette you have at your disposal is the most varied we offer, from subtle neutrals to rich jewel tones. As you can see from the kitchens pictured on this page, Treloy is a chameleon, comfortable in any shade.
Glazed Doors – Integrate glazed doors into your kitchen design, on both wall cabinets and dressers units. The simple design, using one clear pane of glass, is perfect for showcasing special items of crockery or ornaments, whilst keeping them protected from dust and sticky fingers. Use internal cabinet lighting to make sure they are seen day and night.
Accessorise – Despite Treloy’s traditional notes, this kitchen achieves an industrial look thanks the antiqued upstand, raw timber accessories and metal-framed windows.