Shaker aesthetics’ lack of specific details – everything is stripped down and clean – makes it a timeless style.
In England, where shaker kitchens are common, they often have a rustic expression – rustic and real – while our Scandinavian variant is neater and not tied to an older style.
A shaker kitchen can be mixed with classic attributes, such as a wall clad with mother-of-pearl, or more modern materials such as countertops and stone floors.
Therefore, a shaker kitchen is right in most homes. Not only is it beautiful, there is also a fascinating story to tell the diners.
More info about the shaker movement, and how they have affected today’s kitchen aesthetics, is available HERE.