Spray painted kitchen cupboards with oversailed doors

In this project the doors for the wall-hung kitchen units were designed with oversailed doors.

Oversailing means the doors are longer than the carcass. The usual reason to oversail the door is to create a finger pull area on a wall mounted cabinet.
Oversailing door with aluminium profile

A lighting strip has been fitted to the underneath of the cabinet and to finish it off neatly an aluminium profile hides the cables.

Door longer than carcass

Taller door than carcass

Oversailing  can also be used at the top of the door to hide something.

In this kitchen unit there is a steel beam and the oversailed door has a cutout.

Cut-out to allow for steel beam

Denim blue walk-in wardrobe

Anna in Guildford designed this 890kg contemporary walk-in wardrobe. It features Winchester Oak carcasses from Egger (H1381 ST11) and Denim Blue (U540 ST9) frontages.

It comprises of 9 separate cabinets.