Handmade Hardwood-framed Kitchens At Affordable Prices
The Shaker Kitchen Co. was founded at Cirencester in the heart of the Cotswolds in 2014. Since then, they have manufactured and installed well over a thousand kitchens. These hardwood-framed kitchens are quite special and give you a warm sensation and feeling. For those who love the material of wood, it is definitely a great suggestion!
Warm atmosphere with hardwood-framed kitchens
“Our mission is to provide you with a beautiful kitchen at a clear and unbeatable price. From the very start, the Shaker ‘simplicity’ ethos has been our guiding principle. We have stripped back any hidden or misleading costs normally associated with handmade kitchens to deliver excellent value for money.”
The prominent blue veining in the Carrara Marble work surface complements the dusky shade of the Parisian Night paint finish. This was a perfect application for this stunning kitchen in South London.
Small is definitely beautiful in this cosy home, all the more reason that our bespoke cabinetry perfectly fits the room size and ceiling height. This enables making full use of the wonderful beams and iconic fireplaces.
Here the After Midnight painted cabinets are the ultimate in modern chic. In this property which sits on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, the owner’s individuality really shines through. Their crittall windows and industrial hanging pendants make the place look modern! In addition, independently sourced antiqued handles all collaborate to add a contemporary twist to the classically designed cabinetry. Moreover, I must say, this is one of the most impressive hardwood-framed kitchens I have ever seen!
Nora’s Cream cabinetry and Prime Oak worksurfaces are the perfect accompaniments to this charming Welsh cottage kitchen. As a matter of fact, it is complete with painted oak beams and creamy flagstone floor. The low ceiling height is no barrier in style for this historic property either. Also, the clever use of space means that full height cabinets allow light to flood the remaining space. Actually, they are used in only one wall! Thus, giving a light and airy feel to this country kitchen.
The bold Sunburn paint colour used on the kitchen island certainly creates a statement in this stunning Gloucestershire extension.Tags: cooktop, marble material