Shaker kitchens are truly timeless. They continue to be one of the most popular and versatile kitchen styles to date. A symbol of quality and true craftsmanship can be seen in the raised panel detail. Shaker kitchens are also able to work in both traditional and contemporary homes, adding to the appeal of this style of kitchen.
All shaker kitchens
The simple design of shaker style kitchens, make it a timeless classic. Shaker doors traditionally have a wide square frame with a flat recessed centre panel. Depending on the door finish and hardware used, it can work in either a traditional or contemporary home.
Door fronts painted in shades of white and grey remain the most popular colours for shaker kitchens. The addition of cup door pulls in either brass or black, really finish off the kitchen with a cosy country vibe. For a more modern twist on this classic style, try choosing more minimal door and drawer pulls.
Depending on if you are leaning towards a more traditional or modern shaker kitchen can come down to which kitchen appliances are chosen to complete the kitchen. A traditional kitchen is suited to gas hobs and free-standing fridge freezers, while an electric or induction hob and an integrated fridge will keep a more contemporary feel.