Classic Kitchens

All the solid grace of a shaker kitchen, beautifully restyled for the twenty-first century. Add your own touches with an eclectic selection of traditional handles, balanced with more contemporary features such as a herb garden, curved corners, or free-standing cabinetry in accent colours. Doors and quartz worktops from both ends of the ultra-fashionable grey spectrum bring this classic kitchen right up to date. Details like framed end-panels and a handy timber butcher’s block; open shelving, ornate tiling and a knotty wooden floor complete aesthetic here.

It’s not hard to see why milbourne is our most popular shaker design. Its chunky frame, timeless styling and subtly textured finish bring a hint of tradition into this otherwise thoroughly modern kitchen. Create your own look by dressing milbourne up or down with finishing touches and decor details. The beauty of neutral tones – like this very on-trend partridge grey – is the opportunity to splash out with sensational accent colours. Vivid yellow is balanced here by dark work surfaces and furniture. Handy deep drawers and modern open shelves still reflect shaker simplicity, utility and honesty.

This simple affordable shaker design comes with a few subtle but distinctive twists: a slightly narrower frame, deeply grooved joints and a bevelled central panel. A more contemporary take on a classic look, it works beautifully in any context. The three soft neutrals, plus one deep grey, create a canvas for adding fun with splash backs, tiles, flooring and other design elements.

Mornington shaker:

This exquisite ash-textured kitchen is shaker in its purest form. Clean lines and a unified graphite colour scheme meet in a U-shaped layout designed for an easy, efficient workflow. Standalone wall cabinets break up an otherwise modern run incorporating ultra-modern appliances and fittings – all highlighting Mornington shaker’s fabulous versatility.

Mornington beaded:

Enjoy classic shaker styling with an extra level of detail thanks to an elegant quarter-round bead and ash wood grain texture. Extend the traditional appeal with copper cup handles, end panelling , glazed doors and a solid timber peninsula worktop, all set against a very contemporary continuous dove grey colour scheme.

Broadoak’s timber doors look just as striking in natural wood as when painted – and its shaker simplicity is ideal for blending both, adding even more impact. It’s the perfect canvas for your own design statement: choose to style your kitchen for either a more traditional or modern feel. When painted, broadoak’s subtle wood grain shows through beautifully, emphasising the superb quality of this kitchen. Here, a handy peninsula next to the hob offers extra space for preparation, while curved doors beneath soften the shaker angles – bringing this classical design right up to the moment.

Broadoak shown in partridge grey:

Soft partridge grey is a popular choice for any home, shown here with gently toning worktop and walls. Bright nickel handles reflect the chrome shine of taps, sockets and appliances, while deep drawers below the hob keep pans and baking paraphernalia hidden but to hand.

Sturdy in-frame cabinets are a sign of outstanding quality and craftsmanship. Milton brings this traditional construction right up to date, creating a kitchen of real distinction. Enduring strength and a nod to shaker styling are offset by contemporary design features. Choose from a beautiful matt palette of 32 colours

Imagine Cornell in your home, with its impressive architectural detailing, elegant pilasters and deeply bevelled frontals. While it perfectly suits the more formal, symmetrical layout of a period home, especially in bold matt shades. Cornell also works extremely well in contemporary, provincial and even rural contexts.