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Modern Shaker Kitchen

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This Highbury kitchen boasts lots of mod cons and extra space when you need it most.

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If you love to be in the kitchen and enjoy cooking up a storm this modern shaker kitchen could be your answer to everything you need and more.

The understated yet elegant high shine chrome knobs are the perfect choice for small kitchens, letting the classic Shaker style beaded doors take centre stage in this modern yet sophisticated kitchen. The clever use of marble worktops throughout the main part of the kitchen which seamlessly joins a wooden breakfast bar, divides the space elegantly, promoting the look and feel of two separate areas that come together. 

This French grey and mussel painted shaker kitchen have been designed with social dining in mind. Cook, entertain or grab a quick bite at the breakfast bar this multi-use space has not only been designed to look great but to work around you, making life that little bit easier. 

The deep drawers under the sink and breakfast bar have been designed so you can see everything you store so much easier than a traditional cupboard. Cleaning products, kitchen roll, pasta can all stand up and are easy to grab when you need them. 

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With a choice of 13 edited colours to choose from the Highbury, the kitchen is the perfect choice for small and large kitchens. It can be designed around awkward spaces and include floor to ceiling pull-out larders. A choice of 32 handles can be used on this Shaker style kitchen cabinet, which means you can truly make this fitted kitchen your own. 

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