The popularity of ‘Shaker’ kitchens has increased as a style which doesn’t date like styles of the 70s and 80s. However discerning customers are also on a quest to purchase bespoke kitchens which are more exclusive and different from the stereotypical offerings available.
For many of you with contemporary tastes in kitchen furniture, the heading above will sound somewhat of an oxymoron. However, ‘traditional British Craftsmanship’ is just another term for furniture that has been properly made. Allow us, at Broadway Kitchens to explain.
We all love curves in the design of our furniture. Curves add grace, visual interest and help to soften the often linear lines of a kitchen design. Besides their aesthetic qualities, curves serve very real functions too.
A raised and fielded kitchen refers to the door design; a truly classical door design made popular by the Georgians and Victorians. Some people refer to a raised and fielded kitchen door as a 5 piece door, so called because of the number of components required to make it; if constructed correctly.