Shaker Style

The shaker kitchen style tends towards classically proportioned doors with a frame and inset panel. The Second Nature shaker kitchens use the best in modern manufacturing and cover a variety of materials and finishes – from gloss to woodgrain to painted, so there’s sure to be an option for your lifestyle and preferred look.

Milbourne  (stock Colours) Kitchen

Milbourne (stock Colours)

Milbourne, with its chunky frame

Mornington Beaded (Stock Colours) Kitchen

Mornington Beaded (Stock Colours)

With its distinctive ash grain

Cornell (Paint To Order)  Kitchen

Cornell (Paint To Order)

A solid timber door with

Ellerton (stock colours) Kitchen

Ellerton (stock colours)

Ellerton combines the fine frame

Broadoak   (Natural & Rye) Kitchen

Broadoak (Natural & Rye)

Solid oak shaker door with

Ellerton (Paint To Order) Kitchen

Ellerton (Paint To Order)

Ellerton combines the fine frame

Cornell Classic  Kitchen

Cornell Classic

A solid timber door with

Barnes (Stock Colours) Kitchen

Barnes (Stock Colours)

Rest assured you are investing

Barnes (Paint To Order) Kitchen

Barnes (Paint To Order)

Rest assured you are investing

Mornington Beaded (Paint To Order) Kitchen

Mornington Beaded (Paint To Order)

With its distinctive ash grain

Fitzroy (Paint To Order) Kitchen

Fitzroy (Paint To Order)

A SIMPLE SHAKER KITCHEN WITH

Fitzroy (Stock Colours)  Kitchen

Fitzroy (Stock Colours)

A SIMPLE SHAKER KITCHEN WITH

Finsbury (Stock Colours) Kitchen

Finsbury (Stock Colours)

A defined design that wonderfully

Finsbury (Paint To Order)  Kitchen

Finsbury (Paint To Order)

A defined design that wonderfully

Milbourne (Paint To Order) Kitchen

Milbourne (Paint To Order)

Milbourne, with its chunky frame

Belsay Kitchen

Belsay

Belsay is a 5-piece shaker

Mornington Shaker (Stock Colours) Kitchen

Mornington Shaker (Stock Colours)

With its distinctive ash grain

Mornington Shaker (Paint To Order) Kitchen

Mornington Shaker (Paint To Order)

With its distinctive ash grain