The term 'Shaker' refers to the design of the door,
a flat panel in the middle with square edges.
Shaker kitchens are beautifully timeless and universally attractive.
A great choice if you're looking to put your own
individual stamp on the look and feel of the kitchen.
They vary in cost depending on the material used to make the door,
the most common materials are Vinyl Wrapped chipboard, MDF
and painted Solid timber, and escualte in price respectively
Shaker Style Kitchens
Gloss Slab Kitchens
Gloss kitchens are a great choice as they reflect light. It's often a popular choice for smaller spaces however it works just as well in large rooms, making them look and feel brighter.
The most common material used for these doors is MDF, and are usually Vinyl wrapped or Painted and lacquered, the latter being the most expensive option.
Matt kitchens are a really popular choice for a minimalistic linear design. Often teamed with complimentary matt worktops these kitchens are so versatile and sleek, a great choice for a
modern style property.
Again the most common material used for these doors is MDF, and are usually Vinyl wrapped or Painted and lacquered, the latter being the most expensive option.
Matt Slab Kitchens