Classic Shaker Style Kitchen 57 – Hadley Wood
This absolute beauty was recently completed for our client and we worked with Tom Hughes London interior designer throughout the whole project.
The kitchen is our classic shaker style and in this instance, it features an in-frame door and drawer, with beaded front frame. All doors feature a shallow recessed panel along with the larger drawers, while smaller drawer heights are flat panel.
There is a recessed plinth which is a modern look, coupled with the ability to stand close to the furniture without your feet kicking the plinth, they also give the cabinets a more statement look as the ‘legs’ are visible.
Handles and knobs are by Armac Martin and are in a polished chrome finish.
The two sinks and taps in this kitchen are by Perrin & Rowe.
The two paint colours used are by Little Greene Paint Company, and they are Juniper Ash 115 on the island and French Grey 113 on the main kitchen units.
The appliances are Sub-Zero & Wolf, so we have the Sub-Zero 1219mm refrigerator with French door and freezer drawer. The oven stack starts with a Wolf Convection Steam Oven at the top, then a Wolf M-series professional built-in oven, then a matching 760mm Wolf warming drawer. For the hob we have a Wolf Range top which is 1219mm and features 6 dual-stacked burners and a Tappan-yaki plate.
We also fitted out a large utility room with matching furniture as seen below, which also includes a laundry station and open shelving.
What Is Shaker Design?
Shaker furniture is a distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers, a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and honesty. Their beliefs were reflected in the well-made furniture of minimalist designs. Wikipedia.