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Kitchen Inspiration

Kitchen Inspiration

See more of our shaker kitchens and 1920s kitchens! Here are pictures from some customer kitchens and pictures from our showroom in Malmö. Watch, be inspired and enjoy!

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White shaker kitchen in Stockholm

At Midsommarkransen in Stockholm is this lovely apartment with nice light. The shaker kitchen consists, among other things, of a merchant’s counter that borders the living room, which becomes a nice and practical room divider that adds a work surface where you can work and at the same time have an overview of the room. Cutlery inserts of solid pine. All insides are treated with linseed oil.
The shelves have been fixed by the customer themselves and come from Norrgavel. The customer has also bought the worktop separately and comes from IKEA (Oxsten). The mixer comes from Tapwell.
The color is our white basic color “Winter White”.

Light gray shaker kitchen in the south of Sweden

In the south of Sweden, Skåne, you’ll find this light gray shaker kitchen is in our base color “Dimgrå” (Dim Gray). There is a kitchen island with a wine cooler and a cozy bench with storage is located under the window.

The worktop is by Silestone in the shade “Nolita” and comes from Cosentino, mediated by House Of Design.

The sink and tap come from Franke.

The microwave, oven, induction hob and cooker hood are from  AEG and the dishwasher is from the Bosh brand, all from Tretti.se

The combined fridge and freezer comes from Smeg.

The hook strip and the pallets come from Norrgavel.

Dark green kitchen in Malmö

In Malmö we find this nice, dark green shaker kitchen in our basic color “Barrskog”.

The customer have made a special solution when it comes to the kitchen island. On the side of the kitchen island towards the refrigerator there is an open shelf solution – perfect for placing things you want to easily access. On the other side of the island they have chosen to integrate a wine cooler (from mQuvée).

The worktop is by Ceasarstone in the shade “Shitake” and comes from the company City Marmor in Arlöv. The sink comes from Norid Tech and the mixer and the detergent pump are from the Primy brand. The kitchen fan comes from Fjäråskupan and is of the “blender” model. Microwave, oven and stove come from Siemens. The combined fridge and freezer comes from Smeg. The wall shelf is made of Norrgavel (brown oiled oak). The lamps above the wall shelf are from Lampe Gras and the lamp above the kitchen island comes from Muta and is called “Ambit rail”. The bar stools come from Källemo and are called “Cobra”.

The Eco-village outside of Malmö

Outside Malmö in Oxie, in an idyllic eco-village, we find this nice, green shaker kitchen in our basic color Antikgrön. The kitchen is photographed on a nice and sunny summer day and they have many lovely windows, so the color is experienced as very bright in these pictures. They have made a special solution when it comes to their kitchen island, on the back there are two drawers – perfect for drawing pads and pencils for their children so they can sit there and draw while the parents cook. The worktop is made of green granite “Verde Maritaca” from Italy (from the company Onestone). The sinks come from Franke and the mixers from Nivito. Handles and hooks come from Byggfabriken.

1920's kitchen in our Showroom

The latest addition to our showroom consists of our new 1920’s kitchen. The porcelain  and the tap comes from Franke

The color is our grey/beige basic color “Sommarsand”.

The counter top made of Carrara marble comes from House Of Design

The match factory in Jönköping

In Jönköping’s match factory, Katrin Bååth has her studio where this fine shaker kitchen is in place. Katrin is one of our retailers, so if you have the roads past, it is good to book a visit to see the kitchen.

The floor comes from the Östersjösten, the appliances from Bertazzoni and the fittings are from Buster & Punch. The kitchen is painted in our color “Sommarsand”. The marble top and sink come from House of Design.

For more inspiration, visit: katrinbaath.se 

Photo: Dayfotografi 

Light gray shaker kitchen in Gothenburg

In Gothenburg we find this corridor-shaped shaker kitchen. The refrigerator, dishwasher and oven are integrated. Some of the drawers have cutlery inserts with rounded dividers.
The kitchen is painted in one of our base colors, “Dimgrå”.
The worktop is made of oak and also has a stainless steel part around the sink.
Want to know more about how it went when this kitchen was planned? Read more here: SEKELSKIFTESKÖK IN MAJORNA

Dark green shaker kitchen in Stockholm

In the home of “BLOGGA I BAGIS” you find this dark green (our “Barrskog”) L-shaped shaker kitchen with an kitchen island.
The countertop is made of  Terazzo and comes from HOUSE OF DESIGN.
If you want to see more of the kitchen, read here: “Our kitchen is finished!”

Light gray shaker kitchen in showroom

Display kitchen in our showroom on Fersens väg in Malmö, painted in our gray basic color “Dimgrå”.
The kitchen consists of seven modules, and a gas stove from Bertazzoni. The drawers have inserts for knives and spices. In the pantry cupboards there are drawers (with dovetailed corner joints).

Light green shaker kitchen in south of sweden

In Lyngby, Skåne, you’ll find this large shaker kitchen with a nice merchant’s counter.
Color: Our green basic color “Vintermossa”.
Countertop in oak, stainless steel and stone. A combination of three different materials.
The merchant’s counter work as a divider between the food group and the kitchen but also as practical storage with its nine drawers.

Green kitchen in showroom

U-shaped shaker kitchen, with merchant counter as kitchen island. Painted in our basic color “Antikgrön” (Antique Green). Integrated dishwasher.
Stainless steel sink, 20 mm, and mixer from Franke. Fittings from Beslag Design.
Oak worktops with full-length slats, treated with linseed oil.
Brass handles, and wooden knobs in oak on the merchant’s counter.

Light blue shaker kitchen in Gothenburg

Liselotte and Johan live in a 1920s house at Kungsladugård in Gothenburg. The house is renovated in a period style, where a shaker kitchen fits perfectly. Read more about their kitchen HERE.

Dark blue shaker kitchen in showroom

Kitchenette, 120 cm wide, consisting of a sink and a cupboard with built-in fridge. Open shelf, 80 cm, on the wall.
Worktop in carrara marble.
Mixer tap and sink from Franke.
The colour is our twilight blue basic color “Skymningssblå”.

The eco village outside of Stockholm

Johanna and Mattias live in Ekobyn, an eco village outside Stockholm, and this is their large corner kitchen. Painted in the light green color “Vintermossa” and with stainless steel worktop and solid oak boards. The upper cabinets have double doors and go all the way up to the ceiling. In the lower cabinets there are drawers and corner pull-outs.

Read the story of their kitchen HERE.

Green shaker kitchen in Malmö

NILS AND SOFIA have a flat in a building from the 20sin S: t Knut, Malmö.
The kitchen is simple and minimalistic: Integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher, and on the walls a mix of open shelving and cabinets.
Solid oak worktops, and stainless steel sink.The color is “Antique green” (NOTE! The color is darker in reality than in the pictures).
Beautiful brass handles complete the look.

Dark gray kitchen in Malmö

This minimalist dark grey kitchen is located in Malmö.
Instead of wall cabinets, they opted for open shelving, and for more storage, they have a large sideboard, consisting of six cabinets.

Dark blue kitchen in Stockholm

In this 1900’s apartment is in Södermalm, Stockholm, the kitchen is small and simple – only five cabinets. Cutlery inserts of solid pine. All interiors are treated with linseed oil.

The customer has fixed the shelves and the fan hood themselves.
The worktop is made of travertine.
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