Holne is incredibly popular thanks to its traditional shaker style and uniform grain. With the new addition of Indigo to the colour palette, we don’t think this kitchen will fall from grace any time soon.
Shaker Style – This kitchen is characterised by the traditional shaker doors, made from 5 individual pieces slotted together like an elaborate jigsaw. What makes Holne different to other shaker doors is the bevelled edge surrounding the centre panel, which serves to soften the overall appearance.
Wood-Effect – An alternative to real wood, Holne’s wood-effect finish is favoured by those who prefer a uniform grain as opposed to the random features of real wood. It is also incredibly hard wearing and more suitable for households with pets and young children than painted timber doors.
Deep Blue – Combining the trends for both dark and blue kitchens, the colour Slate Blue bridges the gap between the Graphite/Black and blue. Indigo is an extremely versatile hue which can be accessorised with any metal finish. Whether your preference is Brass, Copper or Pewter you won’t be disappointed.