WITH THE INTRODUCTION OF CLARENDON, THE LATEST TRUE IN-FRAME KITCHEN DESIGN FROM SECOND NATURE, WE’RE DEFINING WHAT AN IN-FRAME KITCHEN IS AND HOW IT CAN OFFER YOU AN ULTIMATE BESPOKE LOOK.
Have you come across the term ‘in-frame’ in the search for your dream kitchen, but aren’t quite sure what it means? In celebration of the launch of Clarendon, Second Nature’s latest in-frame kitchen range, this blog will explain everything you need to know about the door style- from how it’s designed, to the benefits it brings.
What is an in-frame kitchen?
When a kitchen door is inset within a frame that is fitted to the front of a kitchen carcass, this is called ‘in-frame.’ The structure means that the door is smaller than usual, as it will open within the wooden frame. However, this can offer visual and practical benefits.
In-frame doors create an elegant, timeless feature, taking inspiration from traditional cabinet construction and presenting quality, strength and long-term durability.
In recent years, trends have meant that customers are choosing to search for kitchens with improved durability and longevity, investing in high quality kitchens that will stand the test of time, rather than spend less and replace the furniture at an earlier date. This means that in-frame kitchens, with a reputation for fine craftsmanship and detail, have become more prominent than ever in the market.
What are the benefits of in-frame kitchen design?
The simple, elegant style of in-frame looks beautiful no matter the design of your kitchen. As the doors are made to fit perfectly into their frame, it’s easy to see the attention to detail and the excellent craftsmanship that has gone into their creation, meaning your space will ooze luxury and have a truly bespoke feel.
Introducing Second Nature’s In-Frame Kitchen: Clarendon
A subtly narrow, in-frame Shaker with a refreshed aesthetic.
Influenced by period furniture, Clarendon cleverly fuses a simple Shaker look with a traditional framed design, for a unique and sophisticated appearance.
Available in a choice of two colours as standard and further painted options, the beautiful range features a distinctly noticeable woodgrain finish, paired with delicate Ovolo beading, to create a kitchen design bursting with character.
Find out more about our Clarendon range, explore the options available with the range, and discover the colour options available over on the Second Nature website.
Could in-frame be the design for your dream kitchen?
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