It's difficult to surpass the natural beauty of an oak kitchen and the Second Nature range contains a number of solid oak kitchens. However, if your budget needs to stretch a bit further an oak finish is available in a number of different materials. Your Second Nature specialist will help you decide what's the best option for you.
FEATURE CHARACTER GRAPHITE
A square edge feature door with a textured wood effect.
FEATURE RECLAIMED OAK
A contemporary accent door with a textured wood effect.
A light washed, driftwood style timber option from our hugely popular Broadoak range.
Broadoak's great versatility makes it one of our favourites.
Remo Elm is a handle-free kitchen in a refreshing light modern woodgrain.
Broadoak's unfussy style and natural real wood in a choice of 32 colours, makes it ideal for a range of styles, from contemporary chic to rustic charm.
Croft Washed's rustic styling and knotty light oak finish makes it a very welcoming kitchen that will be the heart of the home.
Croft Oak's solid timber frame and centre panel will give you a kitchen that will last for years to come.
Cornell combines outstanding craftmanship with everyday functionality and is full of carefully considered features.
Milton brings a classic in-frame style up-to-date, so it is easy to adapt for a variety of settings.
Milbourne Oak is a manmade material that is more affordable but has the look and feel of real timber.