Shaldon can take on many guises. Scroll through the images below and you’ll see Shaldon can adapt to the precise level of traditional detailing you require.
Georgian Glazed Doors – Georgian glazed doors are normally seen as classic design addition, however Shaldon’s version is unique. By omitting the usual vertical centre rail, eight panes of glass become four, making the overall appearance less fussy and more contemporary.
Traditional Tendencies – As suggested above, Shaldon is not your typical traditional shaker kitchen. You can choose the classic accessories such as a sculpted cornice, detailed mantle shelf and corbals, however each piece is kept simple in its design and elegant.
Bespoke Sizes – The vast majority of the elements that comprise a Shaldon kitchen can be custom-made, to your exact specifications. So if your property is unique in structure, this kitchen style can work around any unusual protrusions or alcoves.