The beauty of choosing a shaker style kitchen over any other, is it can be anything you want it to be. In other words, shaker style cabinets are so classic, they will lend themselves to any style of kitchen scheme. Whether you want a traditional country kitchen with warm wooden flooring, basic white tiles, and rustic style lighting, or a more modern kitchen with touches of chrome, minimal decoration and leather bar stools. You can have either. Or you can have both. The kitchen below is a prime example of having your cake and eating it.
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Take a Look
Wimbledon Modern Shaker Kitchen by Brayer Design
The absence of wall cabinets keep it light and airy, as do the pale green colour of the cabinets. (Which by the way, are very similar in colour to *Dulux Tranquil Dawn which is the paint company’s colour of the year for 2020.) The shimmering wall tiles are a more glam version of the utilitarian white metro tiles, and the chrome taps and bar stools are undeniably contemporary in style. All in all a perfect marriage between traditional and modern.
Get The Look
- Rustic Pastel Wall Tiles, The London Tile Company.
- Brass Wall Lamp, Lime Lace.
- Caravaggio Matt Black Pendant Light, Cloudberry Living.
- Fragrant Herb, *Dulux.
- Rustic Grey Traditional Wall Clock, Baytree Interiors
- Cooke & Lewis Zanthe Polished Chrome Effect Tap, GoodHome Kitchens, available at *B&Q.
- Bread Bin in Charcoal, Garden Trading.
- Sunrise Wood Effect Tiles, *Walls and Floors.
- Dutchbone Flor Upholstered Bar Stool in Black, Cuckooland.