SHAKER KITCHENS


The Shaker kitchen style is timeless and traditional with its designs originating from the 17th century. Shaker kitchens are designed with simplistic and classic features which means they can truly suit any age of property.

Shaker kitchen walls should be kept a neutral colour as cabinets can be accentuated in dark blue, green, warm yellow or cream finishes.This looks especially great with both light or dark coloured wooden kitchen worktops or flooring. The combinations of colours compliment each other in a subtle way creating a warm and comfortable place to cook and entertain.

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DESIGN TIPS FOR YOUR SHAKER STYLE KITCHEN

ISLAND LIFE

Traditional Shaker style kitchens perfectly accommodate islands in their designs. Islands are typically formed of worktops and cabinets to provide additional storage and to keep cooking essentials close whilst you’re preparing food.

STORAGE

Traditional Shaker kitchens would have been clutter free. Clever storage ideas now mean you can maximise the space within your kitchen cabinets. Larder style units are very popular and include drawer and basket options.

APPLIANCES

Matching your appliance to your kitchen style is important. At Leekes, we suggest integrating your dishwashing and laundry appliances, but perhaps consider introducing a feature range cooker as a focal point to your kitchen space.

LIGHTING

Stylish lighting solutions can really bring your Shaker kitchen to life. We suggest industrial style fittings as the perfect accompaniment to this always popular kitchen style. Cluster lights look great over islands and dining spaces.

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