The Modern Shaker Kitchen

Case study: painted modern Shaker kitchen

Our modern Shaker kitchen – hand made in Sheffield

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Take a look at this beautifully soft hand painted bespoke kitchen designed and manufactured in a modern Shaker style.

This Modern Shaker kitchen is a perfect example of our ‘soft contemporary’ Shaker style kitchens. Blending the best of traditional style, with the convenience of modern Miele appliances. The contemporary Farrow and Ball colours combined with large Bi-ford doors and modern kitchen bar stools, sit harmoniously with the stylish pendant lighting and flush modern ceiling mounted extractor.

The  timeless Shaker style offers immense flexibility whilst combining unique design elements including Faux Ostrich skin fabric drawer lining. The kitchen island with Quartz countertops and Miele cooking hob offers ample storage as well as an informal seating area to dine whilst admiring the view.

Lighting plays a key role in accenting this kitchen to suit the time of day, your mood or task undertaken …simply flick a switch and the space is transformed. The use of subtle under cabinet and under worktop lighting helps to evenly distribute light discreetly. The suspended pendant lighting focuses on the kitchen island whilst up lighting illuminates the ceiling to add depth and warmth to the room.

The beautiful glass dresser unit provides a superb area for display with integral focus lights to further highlight items of sentiment. Feature glass display cabinets (like this) allow you to enhance your kitchen in a beautiful and functional way whilst creating the illusion of extra space via the transparent nature of construction.