Whether you live in a bustling town or city or a quiet country location Mereway have a shaker kitchen to suit your space. With three ranges: contemporary shaker, shaker and traditional shaker and with each offering a different proposition of the classic shaker style, you are sure to enjoy this range.
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Mereway’s selection of contemporary shaker kitchens is a modern take on the traditional shaker door shape. The contemporary range features the latest stylings for a simple and understated yet refined feel.
At the heart of this range is the deep ridged Charnwood shaker door which is available in a selection of neutral and bold shades all in a smooth matt finish. Charnwood also offers plenty unique features including glazed wall units, feature towel rails and even an open display base with storage inserts. Another contemporary shaker style door is the Bridgewater door, which looks stunning particularly in a dark sage shade among twenty five other colour options.
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A sophisticated style of kitchens which combine simplicity and functionality for a truly timeless look is how Mereway define their selection of shaker kitchens. Made up of three main door fronts: Canterbury, Lincoln and Virginia the shaker range focuses on the timeless style of a shaker door.
The Canterbury door is available in seven neutral tones therefore a suitable option for a light and airy kitchen. Canterbury doors focus on the basic essence of the shaker door and always look impressive with a traditional doorknob. Other doors Lincoln and Virginia are more of a deep ridged shaker; both coming in twenty five colours or even a ready to paint finish are a perfect option when thinking of a two tone kitchen.
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Mereway’s traditional shaker kitchens focus on ornate detailing for an ultimately classic and elegant kitchen. Three main doors make up the traditional shaker range: Gainsborough, Newbury and Virginia, while the Redmond door stands alone in a light oak shade.
The Gainsborough door is an immensely popular choice especially for those seeking a quintessentially British kitchen. A Gainsborough door is typically matched with vintage styled handles and thick quartz or granite worktops which complement one of the twenty five shades that the Gainsborough door is supplied in. Similar to the previous Canterbury range, Newbury doors focus on neutral tones while the Virginia door boasts a choice of fourteen both neutral and bold shades, including the popular Tyrolean blue.