Traditional Shaker Kitchen 34 – Elsenham, Essex
A superb example of taking a property with a small kitchen and dining room, removing the dividing wall and extending out with a single-story extension. Look at the incredible space that has been created at the rear of this property in Elsenham, Essex.
The furniture is a variation of our Traditional Style Shaker, which features a beaded insert to the recessed panels on all of the doors. The frame surrounding the doors and draws features our popular Georgian-style cock beading.
For a clean, modern look and functionality, our client chose concealed soft-close hinges.
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 colours in use are Clay on the main cabinet runs and Olive, both are by Little Greene Paint Company
Here is a list of some of the items used in this kitchen.
- Noble Carrara Quartz by Sharpstone Granite
- Stools from Cult Furniture
- Handles Perrin & Rowe Contoured Knobs and Shell Cups
- Tap – Quooker Classic Round
- Extractor – Westin Hoods
- Range Cooker – Rangemaster
- Sink – Villeroy & Boch
- Flooring – Amtico Sun Bleached Oak
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.