Endless flexibility from new cool to old school
Simple, understated, elegant. And incredibly versatile.
A true Shaker kitchen, with handcrafted cabinetry and meticulous attention to detail, has timeless appeal.
There’s a reason that the Shaker style has stood the test of time – its elegantly unfussy style makes it the perfect base for any kitchen design.
Classic design always adapts to contemporary trends and we’re now seeing the Shaker style in new, exciting forms. Striking blues, greys, greens and even black, create a bold statement - often with interiors painted in contrasting hues.
But the real beauty of the shaker is it's versatility. Work surfaces, taps, handles and other accessories can dramatically shift the look and feel, from timeless classic to a contemporary statement.
How can you personalise and customise this ubiquitous, much-loved design into an individual and personal bespoke statement for your own kitchen?
Browse our styles below to get some inspiration for your space.
Shaker Style 1 | Intricate details meet classic shaker
Offering an an elegant twist on this timeless style, the classic shaker style is augmented by intricate detailing on the frame. The effect is to augment the already striking lines and add a feel of tradition, opulence and depth.
The style provides the perfect canvas to create either classic or contemporary styling through cleverly combined accessories. In this scheme, deep rich blue and cool grey contrast the classic cabinetry to bring it right up to date.
Styles included: 1909 Ovolo Putty and Storm Blue
Shaker Style 2 | Simple and strong
Strong simple lines in this storm blue shaker kitchen create and enduring, familiar look.
The original shaker furniture was designed meticulously and designed to work hard. This style is no exception, with strong, solid looking cabinetry optimising space and creating the perfect blend of looks and practicality.
The white marble worktop, along with a mixture of cup, knob and latched handles keep this design kitchen on-trend for the modern-day household.
Shaker Style 3 | Wonderful simplicity
A classic look that makes a statement. If you want rich bold colours for your kitchen then this is the style for you. Simple, uncluttered door style is complemented by the use of feature posts, which gives a free-standing look to the cabinets.
With its brass elements and marble effect worktops, this scheme creates a traditional British feel.
Consider matching wall colours with your doors and drawer fronts, and add a quirky feature wallpaper and dramatic splashbacks to complete the look. Brass elements, eclectic propping, and marble effect worktops will help maintain a traditional British feel.
Shaker Style 4 | Period character
This is the most intricate of our door styles, including a half-pencil and scalloped detailing which creates a more traditional feel and lends itself perfectly to a period home.
Darker greys in this scheme provide a contrast to lighter greys and whites. The light oak worktop continues the classic look and adds to the spacious feel of the scheme.
Shaker Style 5 | Bold and innovative
Like all good shakers, simplicity is strength in this kitchen style. The simple, unfussy lines creates a look that is sleek yet rustic and traditional.
The mix of timber and granite, along with the colour combination, creates a coastal feel which works fantastically in the space.
Bespoke & customised | Create your own style
There’s no such thing as a standard Alder + Stone kitchen. With more than 50 door options and 30 colours, we here to create your kitchen to reflect our individual character, taste and budget.
Develop your own distinctive style by combining your favourite mix of door styles, colours and feature finishes for a kitchen all about you.
Or, if you like, we can create for you a fully bespoke kitchen, built exactly to your specifications.
Whether in-frame or slab, traditional or contemporary, subtle or bold, there’s a style for you here.
Shaker Kitchens Gallery
Want to get up close? Click below to flick through full-sized images of all our shaker styles.