The Jefferson Wood Grain Classic Kitchen is a square frame door with a raised centre panel and is very similar to the Dante from Kitchen Stori. The Jefferson is part of the Kitchen Stori Essentials range. The Essentials Range is a price pointed range of kitchen doors, now available in this competitive marketplace.
The Jefferson light oak kitchen is very similar to the Dante also from Kitchen Stori. The difference is in the drawer fronts. The Dante has a “plank” drawer front, while the Jefferson has a frame made drawer front giving the kitchen greater detail and a more traditional look. Plank fronts have their advantages as it is easier to place the handle of your choice. When a drawer front is framed as in the Jefferson then handle selection can be influenced.
I have seen the increasing use of roof lanterns in properties. Roof lanterns offer a room fantastic sunlight, they are and extension of the Velux window. These lanterns can affect the kitchen. Though the standards involve ever greater Uv light protection, kitchens can still be affected by too much Uv light. I see fading or colour alteration very rarely these days, but it can occur, it is sometimes not a great look.
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