A narrow kitchen with only just enough space to squeeze in a breakfast table wasn’t ideal for who love entertaining. They created a new kitchen with more space by building into the side return. They picked the Handleless Shaker kitchen from Higham Furniture.
Refilwe and Simon Waugh removed a structural pillar in their kitchen and opened up the kitchen area to create a social and functional kitchen. The two islands allow enough seating for when the whole family (six children between them) are home.
A traditional kitchen featuring an AGA and two islands. A combination of European Oak and Corian Antarctica worktops.
The handleless shaker kitchen we installed in Battersea was featured on Houzz
An American style painted kitchen made for a client in Clapham featured in The Kitchen Think blog. Click the logo to read the article.
Angela and James Tearle chose Higham Furniture to make their handleless shaker kitchen in their Battersea home. Beautiful Kitchens featured the kitchen in their November 2014 issue. The kitchen features our contemporary take on the traditional shaker kitchen with handle-less shaker doors and Corian worktops. If you do not have the magazine then you can…
Victorian side return painted shaker kitchen including island and larder.
A clean and crisp handleless shaker design with Corian worktops.
A substantial larder from a kitchen in Hammersmith
A large oak larder with scooped and scalloped drawers.