Shaker Kitchens

Price Kitchens are proud to provide clients with a stunning range of beautiful Shaker kitchens in a range of colours and designs. With styles such as the Broadoak kitchen, which comes in a Natural, Light or Painted finish, as well as the darker charcoal tones of the Clonmel Anthracite & Mussel kitchen style, you’ll be spoilt for choice when looking at your new kitchen design.

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Shaker furniture originates from the concept of simplicity, utility and honesty, specialising in a number of minimalist designs, resulting in well-made, functional furniture. Instead of using ornate designs and embellishments, furniture with multiple purposes and asymmetric designs created visual interest. It is a beautifully functional furniture style, resulting in minimalistic and functional furniture that will last for years to come.

Price Kitchens are a family run business with extensive experience supplying clients with first class kitchens throughout the South East of England. With competitively priced furniture and a high level of service and attention to detail, we work with our clients to help them find the perfect kitchen for their home. We will supply, delivery and install your kitchen for you, working with you throughout the entire process to ensure that you are completely satisfied with the service we provide.

Shaker Kitchens FAQs

What is a Shaker kitchen?

A Shaker kitchen is simplistic and timeless, with a characteristic square-framed design which has a recessed flat centre panel. Shaker kitchens are typically made from wood, but they can also be made in gloss or vinyl materials for a practical and modern finish. The beauty of the Shaker style is its versatile, elegant and hardwearing, making it a great choice for busy family homes where functionality is important.

What materials are used in Shaker doors?

Shaker cabinets were traditionally made with materials such as maple wood, pine or cherry wood, although modern shaker furniture is often made using oak or birchwood for a modern spin on this classic style. The handles on Shaker cabinetry are also made from wood in many cases, while worktops are commonly made from granite or marble for a modern yet practical kitchen.

Can Shaker kitchens be modern?

While the style of the shaker design dates back to the 1700s, Shaker kitchens aren’t old fashioned. This design is more popular than ever and there are various ways to incorporate the style into your home for a modern spin on a classic, from painted cabinets in a range of colours to natural finishes or charcoal tones for a sophisticated finish.

Are Shaker kitchens more expensive?

A Shaker kitchen isn’t as expensive as you might think. One of the core features of this style is a simplistic design that’s made from durable materials, so not only are they more affordable to purchase but they are also long-lasting, meaning your money goes further as you won’t need to repair or replace your kitchen for many years to come.

What are the benefits of choosing a Shaker kitchen?

Shaker kitchens offer a timeless look that isn’t incredibly modern but also won’t look dated, so it worked well in any home. This style also provides plenty of storage opportunities, which keeps your kitchen looking tidy and organised. One of the key reasons why people choose this style of kitchen time and time again is that they’re built to last – a blend of great craftsmanship and durable materials provides a long-lasting result. It’s a versatile kitchen that works well with a wide range of different tastes and décor styles and with various budgets.

Browse through our selection of exquisite Shaker Kitchens below. You can also view our kitchen case studies for more ideas.

Aldana Graphite KitchenAldanaBelsay Dove Grey and White KitchenBelsayBROAKOAK NATURALBroadoak NaturalDawson Indigo KitchenDawsonEllertonEllertonfitzroy_8428-1-sn-700-x-525FitzroyFlorence Dust GreyFlorenceGeorgia Deep Forest Cameo 1Georgia Deep ForestGeorgia PaintedGeorgia Light GreyGresham IvoryGresham IvoryGraphite and Chicory Red Harbourne KitchenHarborneHunton Porcelain & Hartforth Blue KitchenHuntonKensington Light Grey and Dust GreyKensingtonMadison IvoryMadison IvoryMadison Oak and Madison Painted Light GreyMadison Oak with Madison Painted Light GreyMadison Painted Lave and Light GreyMadison Painted Lava & Madison Painted Light GreyMayfair MussellMayfair MussellMILBOURNE ALABASTERMilbourne AlabasterMILBOURNE CHALKMilbourne ChalkMILBOURNE SAGEMilbourne Sagemor_shaker_sn-700-x-467Morningtonwakefield ivory lava stoneWakefieldclassic-traditional-country-wakefield-light-oak-painted-stone-kitchen-hero-b-700-x-425Wakefield Oak