The Fitzroy painted classic kitchen door is a flat painted kitchen sitting between the Milbourne and Broadoak kitchens from Second nature. This kitchen door is painted in any of tewnty-four colours onto an Mdf structure.
The Fitzroy kitchen is a very pleasant kitchen in a flat finish painted onto an Mdf foundation. This Fitzroy is very similar in design to that of the Langham also from Second Nature; though in this case, the Fitzroy has no detailing to the inside of the frame. The 110mm frame width gives the kitchen a modern ethic to a classic kitchen.
The paints used on kitchen doors are generally acid catalysed lacquers; i.e. a two part paint, similar to car body paint in many ways. We use similar paint in our own spray booth at Martha Mockford. I am asked often about clients painting at home their kitchens to update them or similar. I do not recommend home painting as it cannot produce the durability of an acid catalysed lacquer.