Why are Shaker kitchens still so popular?

Why are Shaker kitchens still so popular?

First invented centuries ago by a religious group, Shaker style as we know it is a frequently used door style by kitchen designers across the globe.

The Shaker movement was originally based in the north of England, under the name of the United Society of Believers. In the 1770’s, some of this group decided to break away and move to New York, where they settled in self-sufficient communities, under the principals of simplicity, utility and honesty.

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The art of a feature wall within the kitchen

The art of a feature wall within the kitchen

Whilst this might all sound very much like ‘Changing Rooms’ or interior designer speak for a large some of money, a feature wall can be easy to do, achieving both practical and wonderful visual results.

By far the most cost effective way of creating a feature wall is with paint. This can either be a bright, bold shade to add a touch of definition to a space, or a more subtle step up in tone, from the overall room colour.

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