Today's painted shaker-style kitchens combine modern, cutting edge appliances with beautiful painted cabinetry.
Today, traditional painted cabinets have been given a modern makeover with contemporary handles, worktop surfaces, appliances and flooring. For a modern take on the Shaker-style kitchen, pair painted cabinet doors with contemporary knobs and handles such as sleek brass bars or square glass knobs. Choosing sleek worktop surfaces like marble or granite and fresh flooring such as poured concrete will also go a long way in creating a sleek, contemporary look. A bright feature wall, kitchen island, bar stools and pendant lighting will add a sense of drama to a kitchen and provide a strong visual impact, helping give neutrals a new lease of life. For a kitchen that commands attention, colour up your kitchen shelves and cabinetry with these gorgeous colour ideas.
This spacious kitchen-diner infuses glamorous brass touches with country-style wooden stools, cabinetry and a range cooker.
Get the look: For similar cabinetry, check out Humphrey Munson. The units are painted in Pavilion Gray estate eggshell by Farrow & Ball. These are Workstead pendants from Trouva.
The Marcel Wanders Skygarden pendant mirrors the ornate cornicing in this spacious bespoke kitchen.
Get the look: For similar cabinetry, try British Standard by Plain English. The handles are from Rowen & Wren. This is the Skygarden pendant by Marcel Wanders for Flos at The Conran Shop. The stucco rose was created by Miles and Wilde. The Industrial wall lights are from Old School Electric.
The splashback incorporates clever storage for cookery books and crockery.
Get the look: The bespoke cabinetry is by Sculleries of Stockbridge. The marble worktops are from Stirling Stone. The wall lamps are from House Doctor.
The exposed brick wall and canary yellow bar stools give a kick of modernity to a classic Shaker style look. The solid expansion of charcoal grey cabinets look sleek and solid, while the bar stools break up the dark colour scheme and help define the dining space.
This kitchen has a three-metre island topped with seamless Arabesque marble. The pale blue and black painted cabinets work well with the marble surfaces and vintage chairs.
Get the look: The cabinetry, worktops and brassware are all by deVOL. The pendant was found in an antiques shop in Exeter. The stools are from Old Albion in Bridport. Find prints of Sam Taylor-Johnson’s Escape Artist (Green and Red) at Counter Editions.
A modern kitchen pendant and hard-wearing durable quartz worktops and splash backs are the perfect backdrop for the daring punch of vibrant green.
Painted window frames add definition to this modern classic kitchen. Spotlights in the ceiling provide functional lighting, while the over-island pendants create a sense of height and depth. Elegance comes thanks to the subtle mix of polished wood, stone and concrete. The dark blue cupboards give a sophisticated tone in this kitchen, which is also a warmer (yet still timeless) alternative to white, black or grey cabinetry.
Get the look: This is deVOL cabinetry. The Perrin & Rowe brassware is also from deVOL l. The larch work surface is by Brandler London and the Quartz worktop by Simply Stone. The pendant lights are from The French House. The wall light (with Edison bulb) was sourced on Amazon.
Whisper-blue walls set the tone for the kitchen, where bespoke joinery is offset by brass handles. This kitchen has a calm yet refreshing feel thanks to the soft grey cabinets and matching walls.
Get the look: Find similar cabinetry at Harvey Jones. The walls are painted in Dimpse estate emulsion by Farrow & Ball. These are Conroy wall lights by Jamb. The bespoke kitchen includes deeper-than-average work surfaces, with tops made from Carrara marble.ca
To maximise space and to make this storage area more practical, a sliding door has been installed.
Get the look: John Lewis has a range of Kilner and screw-top storage jars.
The bespoke units, including an impressive central island, were crafted by a local cabinet maker, then topped with leather-finished marble.
Get the look: These are Brick 228 stools by Gervasoni. The light is by Lindsey Adelman.