Traditional or Contemporary kitchen? The Shaker kitchen design is a timeless look which is still in popular demand; however more and more we’re seeing the classic look of a shaker framed door mixed with a range contemporary elements giving kitchens a beautiful blend of both classic and modern styling.  

The Contemporary Shaker

One of the most popular doors for clients who want to incorporate the classic shaker look with an edge of contemporary in their kitchen design is the Hardwick by Masterclass Kitchens. The painted door boast a stunningly wide range of colours and design features allowing you to achieve the classic look, whilst its skinny frame and sharp rebate helps you add the modern contemporary style that you’re after.


Contemporary Kitchen Worktops

Typically, worktops such as Granite and wood go hand in hand if your looking to achieve the traditional look. If you’re looking to go down a classic look with a contemporary edge then Silestone, laminate and Corian are the perfect solution. Silestone is available in over 90 different colours and styles – whether you want a matt finish to enhance a more industrial kitchen design or a glossy marble effect style to reflect light and brighten your space, Silestone offers endless possibilities. Corian will take centre-stage in your kitchen giving you the opportunity to create wonderful seamless shaped worktops and splash backs to give your kitchen worktop that contemporary edge whilst keeping a traditional kitchen.

Handleless Shaker Combination

We are now seeing the introduction of a shaker style design in the form of a true handleless kitchen; giving you the sleek, contemporary lines of a true handleless kitchen whilst retaining the classic styling of the shaker framed door. The handleless option also give you the opportunities to play trim colours to introduce a hint of contrast within your kitchen design. We believe this is going to be one of the most popular kitchen design trends we’ve seen.

Handlesless shaker kitchen