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Shaker Kitchens Painted with a quintessentially British feel

Designed with thoughtful attention to detail, this breathtaking range of bespoke kitchens presents a timeless aesthetic while satisfying the necessities of modern lifestyles. That is certainly precisely why Shaker Kitchens harmonise with any style of home.

The Shaker Range is a exquisite design kitchen with a with true British essence.

Shaker kitchens are “in-frame” style brought to you created with two primary door styles; contemporary slab and classic Shaker, that can easily be personalised with two sophisticated beading choices. The range features a wide variety of detailed accessories, enabling you to accomplish a tailor-made look.

Our Shaker Kitchen furniture collection is handmade and installed to the very highest standards and will likely interest anyone who enjoys style of English cabinetry. The cabinetry in our shaker range is made from hardwood. Oak is common option for shaker doors to blend and contrast with any paint option.

Inspired workmanship and innovative joinery. Our hardwood painted shaker kitchens are created to your exact specifications with customized components. We Assist in every way to transform your kitchen and living space, utility area and dining room.

Our curved shaker kitchen cabinetary create a stylish declaration and enable the space to look more like a family space than a kitchen. Our classy shaker kitchen can integrate an island component with substantial storage. Shaker style bespoke kitchens tend to be the ideal canvas for kitchen pantry appliance combos.

Choose between hardwood worktops of pine and beech or granite and marble to enjoy your modern kitchen elegance. We paint your cabinets in any colour or shade or your choice. Completing the beautiful look with cabinet furniture designed to complement you classic bespoke Kitchen that will endure in function and style for years to come.


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