Traditional Shaker Kitchen 31 – Billericay, Essex
A stunning new-build property in Billericay, Essex was the base for this project. The entire property has been designed and built with stunning attention to detail and very high-end finishes, so a handmade kitchen to match, was exactly what was needed.
The traditional style furniture was chosen for its divine luxury raised and fielded door panels, sitting within a frame on the cabinet.
The island was a completely bespoke design to our client’s specification and was a first for us, featuring a number of angles to the back and sides plus a fabulous quartz worktop fitting the shape perfectly.
Our tried and tested, brushed-on technique of hand-painting our kitchens was used with quality paints, for the ultimate in style and a long-lasting finish which can be easily repaired or changed in the future.
The paint colour is Slaked Lime 105 by Little Greene
The most obvious feature in this kitchen is the large central island which as we said above was a truly bespoke creation to our clients specification.
You will also notice a butler sink, open shelves, integrated serving tray & chopping boards and a separate dresser with integrated wine storage and bi-fold pantry.
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.