How to create a shaker inframe effect kitchen

How to create a shaker inframe effect kitchen

Learn here how to create the Shaker inframe effect kitchen, with its timeless and luxurious look, at a more achievable cost.

Shaker kitchens have been popular for decades thanks to their timeless look and luxuriously warm, feel-good feeling.

But because they’re often made of solid timber, sometimes, these kitchens can, unfortunately, be as expensive as they look. As a result, a Shaker kitchen cost can sometimes be prohibitive.

So, what if we told you that you could have that Shaker-inspired kitchen you’ve been dreaming of, but at a more achievable cost? I’m not getting your hopes up. We really can.

Meet The Inframe Effect Kitchen

A traditional Ellesmere Inframe Effect Shaker with painted door and heritage green kitchen cabinets.

This is the Ellesmere, one of our Shaker kitchen ranges, and it is an Inframe Effect Shaker. It features a 20mm shaker door with a five-piece solid frame internal bead, making it just as impressive as the real deal.

It’s a painted door (this one is a popular Heritage green) which is available in a variety of colours, including the below:

A variety of color  selection

With these kitchen cabinets available in a wide range of colours, your flexibility to design the kitchen you’ve been pinning on Pinterest for months is in reach, at a cost that is friendlier on your wallet.

Teamed with appliances like a range cooker and a deep sink, plus the addition of some wooden elements like bar stools and open shelving, and you could achieve a stunning traditional framed kitchen that everyone wants to spend time in.

A traditional kitchen with white cabinets and wooden dining table and chairs and a white kitchen worktop.

To see more of these beautiful kitchens, offering beauty at an affordable price, head to our website.