Trying to identify kitchen unit manufacturer

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Trying to identify kitchen unit manufacturer

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I need to make some change to a kitchen so I'd like to know the manufacturer of the units & also the tiles if possible.

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Units look a bit like my Wickes ones but they are obsolete now.
Try B&Q "Slab White" they are similar.
I had to have some made I found a good company that have a wide range of styles and will make to your size and shape as required.

https://www.kitchendoorworkshop.co.uk/
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does the inside of the cabinet have a light grey pattern (looks like the top of a flat slotted screw ?
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Bob225 wrote:does the inside of the cabinet have a light grey pattern (looks like the top of a flat slotted screw ?
No but the ones I bought for the shed from B&Q do.
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