What’s Your Style?

Not sure what the difference is between a Shaker and a Slab kitchen?
Modern or traditional, we can help you decide.
Here is an overview of some of the styles we supply.

Shaker

The shaker door will suit both modern and traditional homes, offering a wide choice of colours, handles and layout.

According to Wikipedia, “Shaker furniture is a distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers, a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and honesty.”

However, in kitchen buying terms, nowadays Shaker doors are defined as those with a frame and centre panel. The centre panel is usually recessed and can be solid wood or composite.

Slab

The Slab door is a flat panel without decorative features. It is not raised or recessed.

Generally, a slab door will create a more contemporary feel in a kitchen. There are a variety of finishes to choose from and paired with bold handle styles, you will be able to create a truly individual look.

Handleless

Handleless style kitchens provide a contemporary, clean look to your space.

Our handleless doors come in a range of surfaces from high gloss, to textured wood effect. You can also choose between J-profile and True Handleless.

J-profile are doors that have a concealed, j shaped, integrated handle. True handleless are slab doors with an aluminium rail routed into the cabinet, which allows you to place your fingers behind the door or drawer to open it.