The Jefferson kitchen is the niece of the Dante. The Jefferson has a detailed frame is available in painted and oak finishes, all as with the Dante. The Jefferson, when painted, is ash which offers a price advantage while also offering a softer grain structure in the paint finish.
Jefferson, Dante’s niece; though this time as an ash door, the grain paint finish has an entirely different texture. Ash as a timber has a softer more open grain than oak, so the texture of the finish is entirely different. Timber doors that are painted to an entirely flat finish are usually of tulip wood as it has a very soft tight grain.
Here at Martha Mockford, we have our own spray facilities. They may not be as sophisticated as the robot spray booths of the main manufacturers, but it works. We are able to produce bespoke product mimicking the specifications of our suppliers. Very often we have clients with particular needs on a particular piece to make the kitchen work; with our own spray booth, we are usually able to sort the problem out at minimal cost.