Knots, cracks and splits are left unfilled and vary in size from door to door to create a kitchen that is full of character and looks like it’s always been there.
All naturally occuring knots, cracks or splits are filled, leaving behind a smooth, uniform texture. This door does, however, still feature a certain amount of wood grain through the painted surface. Suits both contemporary or traditional setting.
All naturally occurring knots, cracks or splits are filled to leave a smooth finish, which is then rubbed down at the hard edges to leave a ‘rubbed-through’ or ‘distressed’ look. Creates an ‘aged’ look and feel.
Character with Distressing
Knots, cracks and splits are left unfilled and vary in size from door to door. Hard edges are then rubbed down to leave a ‘rubbed-through’ or ‘distressed’ look. This creates an ‘aged’ look and feel.
Timber can be susceptible to expansion and shrinkage depending on the environment in which it is installed.
This means it can expand when there is an abundance of moisture in the air, particularly in winter or when excess moisture is prevalent in renovated or new builds. Contraction or panel shrinkage may occur in the summer months when the climate is drier.
This potential natural movement of the timber can cause any layer of paint, lacquer, varnish etc that has been applied, to move with it and may result in panel shrinkage and hairline cracks along the joints of the door.