Naked Doors Order Process
Bespoke cabinet doors made to measure – there has never been an easier way to transform your kitchen. We have outlined everything you need to know to place an order with Naked Doors.
How to Order
If you have existing doors, you will need to measure the exact height and width of each door, drawer front and panel you are replacing (please note, our sizes are in millimetres). Alternatively, if you are having new cabinetry, you will need to request the exact measurements for each front from the provider – we do also have a series of door sizes to choose from for Howdens and Ikea cabinetry on the website.
Whether you are ordering custom, Ikea or Howdens sizes, doors need to be 3mm smaller than the cabinet to allow the doors to open. For example, a 600 x 800mm carcass will require a 597 x 797mm door.
If your doors order is NOT for an Ikea or Howdens carcass, we will need you to provide us with the following measurements for all pre-drilled hinge holes:
Measurement of the centre of hinge hole from the top of the door.
Measurement of the centre of hinge hole from the bottom of the door.
Measurement of the centre of hinge hole from the side of the door.
Start building a quote by making an account on the website and adding items to your basket. Once you have chosen the style and finish you would like, either select Howdens or Ikea sizes and choose your required size, or choose ‘custom sizes’ and input your exact measurements.
Don’t forget the additional items that are needed to complete your kitchen, as per the cabinet specification diagram below. These can be found on the ‘Accessories’ page.
We are more than happy to 'sense check' your quote if required to verify that you have the items needed (please note, we cannot check measurements).
Upon placing your order, we will leave a 24-hour window for any changes you wish to make. After this point, any changes will be chargeable as they will interrupt the processing and manufacturing schedule.
Once you have confirmed your production list, your manufacturing lead time will commence, and we will issue you with an estimated delivery week
7. End Panel
6. Corner Post
5. Angled Pelmet
1. Angled Filler/Filler Piece
3. Tall End Panel
Angled Filler/Filler Piece
Enabling easy access to the door at the end of cabinet runs that meet a wall, filler pieces are available at a standard height, with a choice of widths from 30mm to suit your needs (hint: don’t forget to include these in your measurements!).
If included in your design, the cornice is the trim that sits at the top of a wall unit. You can use an angled pelmet here instead or leave the top of the cabinet exposed.
Tall End Panel
Our end panels can be manufactured to your exact specification size to finish off your kitchen.
Plinths perfectly complete a kitchen and are available in all the cabinet and door finishes we offer to ensure they fully match the style.
If required, the pelmet is the trim that fits onto the bottom of the wall units and complements the fronts to finish the kitchen (hint: you can also use a panel or alternatively leave exposed).
These are used to create a seamless join between two cabinets that meet at a corner. The angled shape of our corner post allows for easy scribing and securing to your cabinets where you are not using a blind corner cabinet.
End panels are fixed to the end of a run of cabinets to complete the look of a kitchen. These are available in the cabinet and door finishes we offer to fit with your design.