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Traditional and Country kitchens
Traditional and country kitchen doors are similar to shaker doors, however shaker kitchen doors produce a modern kitchen look. And where shaker kitchens are stripped back of any unnecessary adornment, country and traditional kitchen doors instead have embellished profiles. This includes beading around the door’s centre panel (often known as a ‘style’). The door’s surface might also exude a distressed wood look, as well as intricate cornicing and detailed pelmets on the furniture. For a true country kitchen look you can include a range cooker, Belfast sink, glass front doors, open plate racks, wine racks, or open shelving built into your furniture. Wicker baskets and statement pans on your countertops can also make great country accessories, whilst ensuring your home exudes a warm and welcoming country feel. And if your building has any original features you’d like to keep, our expert designers will endeavour to make the most of these within your design, retaining their charm and character.
Modern country kitchens
Whilst traditional kitchens are very beautiful, traditional doesn’t need to mean old fashioned. Long gone are the days when Gingham curtains constituted a country kitchen! Instead we combine ultra-modern, integrated appliances with traditional elements to create the perfect, stylish country kitchen. Our painted wood kitchen cabinets are available in many modern colours such as the Pearl grey, Lava grey, Graphite – and very on trend – Velvet Blue kitchen door. These contemporary colours will instantly modernise this more traditional style of door. Blending modern with traditional elements within a kitchen is often referred to as a Transitional kitchen style. Other ways you can enhance this look further include incorporating a metallic tiled splashback, accessorising with on trend materials such as copper, rose gold and bronze, or you can even colour-match your handles to your chosen door colour, creating a chic and minimal modern look.