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Shaker Kitchens Bath

Defined by their understated elegance, shaker is a style of kitchen that has stood the test of time, owing to their versatility which makes them suited to almost any taste.

At Bath Kitchen Company, our shaker kitchens combine traditional design with modern functionality to create a space that meets all your requirements.

Sion Hill

Bespoke cabinets with walnut interiors, Little Greene Paint Company’s Lamp Black and Armac Martin’s burnished brass knobs. Customised Dekton Aura worktop and hand aged, brushed brass splashback.

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Weston Park

Cosentino‘s Silestone Lagoon grey-white quartz supported by Farrow & Ball’s Parma Grey and Stiffkey Blue paint. Custom cabinetry finished off with satin brass handles and knobs by Armac Martin.

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Shaker History

The shaker kitchen design was first inspired by “The Shakers”, a religious group famed for their high quality, handcrafted furniture.

Cherry and maple were the most commonly used woods for the production of original shaker furniture, due to their colour, strength and most importantly, availability. Shaker style furniture is now produced with a wide range of high-quality woods.

A fundamental belief they held was that everything should serve a purpose, which resulted in the introduction of designs such as tables with built in drawers. Traditional shaker design door and drawer fronts are the pinnacle of craftsmanship and functionality, with the original designs unchanged to this day.

Shaker Design

A shaker kitchen can be an excellent choice for any space, be it a new build or a grand period residence, with the versatility  meaning it can be designed in traditional, minimalist and completely unique styles.

Defined by the form of their cabinets and cupboards, shaker-style kitchens often boast framed door fronts, tall larders and clever, handcrafted cabinetry and drawers.

Perhaps the most important underlying feature of a shaker style kitchen is its functionality, with every element of the kitchen having a place.

Shaker Features

The most distinguishable feature of a shaker style kitchen is the cabinet doors, which are square framed and feature recessed panels.

Other common features include drawers with simple turned timber knobs, neatly integrated appliances, strong pegs for hanging utensils and impressive stand-alone larders or islands.

Perhaps the most attractive offering of a shaker style kitchen is that the design possibilities are near endless, everything is customisable and can be designed to your exact preference and specification including materials, colours and finishes.

Our Shaker Kitchens

Every kitchen we’ve ever made is unique, striking the ideal balance between your aesthetic and practical needs. Here are a selection of kitchens that share this style.

Our Kitchen Styles

Beautiful kitchens can be designed with a number of styles in mind. Explore our kitchen styles below to find out more about their individual features and history.

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We would love to talk to you about your kitchen in order to create something that is ‘you’. Our kitchen brochure will help you to plan your bespoke kitchen.