The random imperfect joints are clearly visible in this light oak kitchen that can be finished in a clear matt lacquer, or a choice of eighteen standard colours.
The standard way of finishing this model is to rub down the edges of the frame exposing the natural wood underneath, then seal in a clear matt lacquer.
Because this process is carried out by hand the doors are also available fully finished on the edges.
Please note, 2 weeks leadtime on Natural Oak Finish & 6 weeks leadtime on all hand painted ranges.
Our standard paint finish allows as much of the natural grain to be seen as possible. One even coat of beautiful colour sealed in with two coats of a clear matt lacquer.
The contours of the oak graining are still visible but the overall effect is far more 'block'. The natural wood is first primed and then covered with two coats of paint. This is also the standard method for painting maple, and the airo & horizon contemporary ranges.