The Croft kitchens are both the same oak, the natural finished with a near clear lacquer, while the Croft Washed is lacquer is milky when applied giving a blond oak finish. The feature of the Croft kitchen is the way the frame is beaded to the center panel. In the case of the Croft, there is a bead left and right but not top and bottom. Most square beaded kitchen doors have beads all round the inside of the frame.
The contemporary beading to the left and right of the center panel gives the door a modern twist to the design; nevertheless, the overall outcome is that of a modern classic enhanced by the knotty oak and traditional joinery. This overall look is enhanced by the soft rounded outer edges of the door frame.