Shaker Kitchens

Green Shaker Kitchen with Brass Accents including an Aged Brass Tap from perrin & Rowe


Handmade Shaker kitchens

A classic design brought right up to date, our beautiful Shaker Kitchens bring style and elegance into your home. With a set back panel, Shaker kitchens makes for the perfect country, classic, modern and contemporary kitchen.

Our expert designers can help you create a stunning kitchen inspired by the clean lines and simple beauty of the Shaker kitchen, whether it’s a traditional classic Shaker or something with a contemporary twist.

MANOR FARM KITCHEN - barn convertion overlooking fields with central island, aga in farrow and ball

Our Shaker kitchens

A Shaker kitchen relies on craftsmanship, not ornamentation, to impress. The master craftsmen in our Bristol workshop are experts at creating a high-quality finish using beautiful materials.

In a Shaker kitchen, colour is key. The Shakers chose earthy tones, favouring autumnal oranges, Venetian reds and pale ochres to reflect the changing seasons of the land they farmed. Today, the colour palette has expanded to include rich blues, dark greens and natural hessians. Choosing a vibrant colour for your kitchen is a wonderful way to make this classic design yours.

Traditional Shaker kitchens

Our traditional kitchens incorporate the best of Shaker design. Lines are sleek, clean and classic, with recessed panel cabinets and frames that scribe straight to the floor. We can work with you to seamlessly integrate modern fittings and appliances into this traditional setting, making sure that the spell of Shaker simplicity isn’t broken.

Eco Extension Shaker Kitchen recessed ceramic sink on stainless steel worktop with gold taps

Contemporary Shaker kitchens

Our designers love to take a classic design and bring it into the present day. Our contemporary shaker range is our most popular, and with good reason. It offers the same simplicity, quality, and craftsmanship that you get in all of our Sustainable Kitchens contemporary shaker kitchens – but with a modern twist.

The loft kitchen breakfast nook with coffee and toast and Ilve Roma range in charlottes locks orange

A short history of Shaker kitchens

The Shaker movement has left a lasting legacy on the world of design. The Shakers’ use of clean lines and carefully-measured proportions created a sense of serenity in their buildings, and their focus on quality has helped their style to endure. The core Shaker ideals of sustainable living, clean design and excellent craftsmanship translate beautifully into our modern homes.

Little has changed in the design of a Shaker kitchen since its conception back in the 1700s. The Christian subgroup, the Shakers, believed in modest values and conservative reserve. They portrayed this through the simplicity of their kitchens.

It was, in fact, the Shaker group who first attempted mass production of kitchen furniture in America. They became so successful that the Shaker name became synonymous with expertise and quality. The dovetail joints that we still use in our furniture were a hallmark of their style.

The Shakers first rose to fame following the revolutionary war between the Americans and British. The Shaker style deliberately distanced itself the British and European styles, which made it hugely popular with staunch colonionist supports.

Thanks to their simplistic lines, the minimalist style and the flexibility of form, these kitchens can easily blend into any type of home, contemporary or otherwise.