The beauty and warmth of a real wood were a priority to incorporate for this new kitchen in Spalding, Lincolnshire.
These customers knew that they loved the idea of incorporating solid wood into a modern kitchen design. Our showroom enabled them to see a range of room set displays and they were particularly drawn to the characteristics of solid oak.
The aesthetics of real wood cannot be beaten – but it’s the quality of this natural material that really sets it apart. It is easy to identify the reliability and hard-wearing characteristics of solid oak, in particular, the moment you handle it; this durable surface really is built to stand the test of time. With some solid wood imitations there can be a possibility of the veneer starting to show the test of time as your kitchen ages. The first thing you notice in this kitchen is the eye-catching beautiful character of the solid oak. The naturally stunning and unique grain pattern is on full display and is a focal point for the stunning design.