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1920’s kitchen

1920's KITCHEN

We love simple and clean design of the shaker cabinets, but some customers ask for rounded profiles on the doors. Therefore, we have now developed a series that is based on the strict shaker aesthetics, but at the same time flirts with the 1920’s.

We always build kitchens by hand from solid wood and paint then by hand with linseed oil paint. No chipboard or mdf anywhere. This also applies to our beautiful 1920’s kitchens. In addition to rounded profiles at the mirrors, the cabinet frames are slimmer and there are beautiful mirrors on the cover sides. Another difference is the inner plinth. We think that display cabinets over the vanity unit add the finishing touch. In our showroom, we have put recycled mouth-blown glass in the doors. It is possible to order cabinets without glass if you also have access to mouth-blown glass that you want to recycle.

1920’s DOOR

Like the shaker door, the 1920s door consists of five parts: four parts for the frame and a “mirror” in the middle. The door is profiled (concave) like an old-fashioned ceiling molding, a so-called perforated molding. The cornice has the same shape.

Mouth-blown glass gives life to the kitchen

In our showroom, we have put recycled mouth-blown glass in the doors. It gives beautiful life to the things in the closet. It is possible to order cabinets with wooden mirrors, modern glass or “empty”. If you also have access to mouth-blown glass that you want to recycle. You can choose spotlights inside the display cabinet.

NATURAL AND SUSTAINABLE 

We strive to use only natural materials in our kitchens. The source sorting is made of stainless steel in a solid wooden box on pull-out rails. On the visible sides we have beautiful mirrors.

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Are you inspired and ready to start planning your dream kitchen? Here you will find our drawing program: