The range

Richmond

Timeless and elegant, our ever popular concealed hinge shaker kitchens

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Aurora

The best of both worlds! Minimalist styling and Classic in-frame cabinets

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Langley

Timeless detail. Raised and fielded centre panels with cocked bead framework

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Charlotte

A distinctive panel style, the raised centre bead is beautifully finished, tactile and precise

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Edmonton

Pleasant soft edges both on inner and outer panels, reflects a country kitchen style

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Hawkesbury

A beaded Shaker oak, handsome as painted or natural grain, exuding friendliness

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Lawrence

Quiet but elegant,  wood and painted finish combined Рa great place to hang out

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Peterborough/Montreal

A great combination of calm colours and stained wood give a modern feel to the space

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Sutton

Simply stunning! The mantle detail reflected in the corbel detail of the island

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Toronto

Muted colours, relaxing and easy to imagine loving 20 years; a kitchen for life!

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Quebec

Crisp edges on painted wood Shaker panel, multi-panel tall doors and square mullions

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Molson

One of the most elegant ranges, with the split panel fronts, one for furniture purists

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Yorkton

Vaguely reminiscent of Art Deco furniture, inspiring and luxurious

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About the range

English modern classic kitchen English Revivalist kitchen? In frame kitchens? Painted Shaker Kitchens?

These are all terms that encapsulate this traditional style of kitchen as an alternative to a contemporary kitchen. In the South of England there is a preference for a painted finish in a matt or eggshell, occasionally as a solid wood finish, but Oak or Walnut. Front panel cabinetry is usually a ‘Shaker’ or ‘beaded Shaker’ variation, though square top painted raised and fielded panels can also be used without compromising the overall English Classic Modern feel.

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