For many nothing beats the appeal of a traditional oak kitchen and a number of our traditional kitchens are indeed solid oak. However, our traditional kitchens come in a variety of different styles, materials and detailing to achieve that bespoke kitchen look. Your Second Nature specialist will help you decide what's best for you.
An ash door featuring an elegant quarter round bead
A classic Mornington shaker with a painted finish
A classic Shaker style kitchen in a smooth painted finish
A classic Shaker style kitchen in a smooth painted finish.
A timeless Shaker door in a painted Charcoal finish.
Our popular Broadoak shaker design shown in the painted stone finish.
MILBOURNE PARTRIDGE GREY
Milbourne is a classic shaker styled design, shown here in the neutral but very on trend Partridge Grey
A light washed, driftwood style timber option from our hugely popular Broadoak range.
Lyndon's knotty oak finish says country living in an instant. The Shaker doors' wide rails and pewter handles create a cosy feel.
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.
Langham's chunky solid timber door and classic shaker styling will give you a kitchen which will last for years without dating.