Shaker Style Kitchens

Ashbourne Kitchen

The Ashbourne kitchen is a classic shaker design that features a chamfered centre panel and grained finish to create that ultimate country kitchen style. The simple beauty of this painted kitchen design is enhanced by the subtle colour palette that Ashbourne has to offer.

Choose striking black, olive or pumice to create a contemporary twist on a classic design. Or if you love the idea of a grey kitchen, why not choose skylon grey, dove grey or our newest hand painted colour of platinum.

Austin Kitchen

If you want a traditional timber shaker kitchen style, then Austin is your perfect choice. Inspired by the simple beauty of shaker design, it offers unadorned elegance to your kitchen.

Shaker cabinets are a classic look and never seem to go out of fashion. To achieve a timeless kitchen style choose the classic good looks of Austin; styles and features that will stand the test of time but can be easily be modernised with a few key accessories.

Fitzroy Kitchen

A classic shaker style kitchen with a smooth painted finish, shown here in a combination of porcelain and stone. By choosing framed end panels and detailed cornices the style can be classical or for a more modern look you can opt for cleaner elements in the design.

Available in 4 colours – Porcelain, Stone, Almond and Partridge Grey.

Fitzroy Painted Kitchen

The Fitzroy Shaker kitchen is shown here again with a modern take. A combination of Hartforth Blue, Partridge Grey and Slate.

The chunky white quartz and maple worktops as well as the ‘D’ handles give this kitchen a more contemporary style and shows how versatile this collection can be.

Available in 32 colours.

Inframe Shaker Kitchen

This kitchen showcases our full height freestanding pantry, a beautiful and functional piece of furniture that conceals a pull-out chopping board, hanging for wine glasses, a plate rack plus storage for spices, recipe books and breakfast items.

Designed to work hard it’s the perfect style for those that love to entertain. The bespoke feel is created with pilasters and cornices. The overall effect can be softened with the addition of curved units which usefully provide generous corner storage.

Inframe Shaker Slab Kitchen

In Frame Shaker Slab is a very popular choice of kitchen. It is a classic painted in-frame kitchen with a timeless quintessentially British feel. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this beautiful collection of kitchen furniture introduces a classic aesthetic whilst meeting the demands of twenty-first-century living.

Subtle corner curves soften the edges to create a very modern sleek kitchen. Open wall units provide generous corner storage and add to overall openness of your kitchen which makes it ideal for open plan settings.

Quarter Rounded Kitchen

By introducing a “quarter of a round” beaded door the Classic Shaker profile is softened in this in-frame kitchen. A minimal style with packed full of functional design.

This design has been carefully considered without compromising on looks or practicality to deliver a compact style perfect for smaller spaces. Available in a wide colour palette to suit the lifestyle of any modern family.

Mornington Beaded Kitchen

An elegant timeless style is created by adding an extra level of detail of a quarter round beaded door to this kitchen design.

A classic in the making with stand alone dresses, pantries and cosy built-in seating options to further enhance your kitchen living space.

Mornington Shaker Kitchen

Simplicity is the key to this kitchen design with the considered blend of neutral toned shaker doors and a complementary range of work surfaces.

The addition of a breakfast bar and cabinet drawers on the peninsular end opens up the kitchen to all the family to make this a practical and stylish layout.

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