The colour of doors and drawer fronts may appear mismatched in colour. This apparent mismatch is sometimes the effect of differing light conditions within your kitchen or bedroom, (known as metamerism). To check your doors and fascia you should place them side by side in natural daylight for comparison.
Please note that after a period of time, it is normal for the colouring of units to mellow in colour. In particular, timber & light lacquered surfaces change colour have a certain tendency to “yellow with age.” This is not a manufacturing fault and is due to exposure to light. The product material, finish and the intensity of exposure will affect the rate of change.
Due to this, we advise that colour change is taken into consideration when replacing or fitting new doors sometime after the original kitchen or bedroom has been installed, as replacements may not be an exact colour match. This also should be taken into consideration when choosing colours from samples and swatches and it is therefore recommended that samples/swatches are changed regularly.