1909 is a classic painted in-frame kitchen with a timeless, quintessentially British feel. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, certainly, this exquisite collection of kitchen furniture introduces a classic aesthetic whilst meeting the requirements of 21-century living. Developing timeless, traditional interior characteristics, 1909 has been crafted to harmonise any style of home.
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An enduring, familiar look
Mixing the classic shaker in storm blue with the white marble worktop, together with the rustic wooden door and exposed wooden beams. In effect, this is a beautiful approach to gain a cosier look for country kitchens.
A fresh approach to a timeless design
The open-planned space provides this kitchen-dining space. Thus, in this kitchen, there is always enough space for the kids to get involved with a fun cooking session. Such as weekend baking? Or just a good company while you are preparing the Sunday roast? This is a great family kitchen!
Where intricate frame detailing meets a classic Shaker
Inspired by a 19th Century colour palette, this Ovolo kitchen includes an island, which makes a perfect spot for a coffee and a breakfast bar area.
Half-Pencil and Scalloped
Practical design keeps everything within easy reach
Combining Charcoal, Partridge Grey and Chalk, they blend beautifully into this period home. Coupled with the vintage-inspired industrial lighting, so this kitchen is traditional yet stylish.
Subtle beading to soften the classic Shaker door
1909 kitchens can adapt to a smaller room perfectly as well. Through the compact design, every space has been carefully planned without compromising on style or functionality.
A contemporary, clean, linear design
Mixing colour is certainly the top trend recently, the softer rosy island creates a contrast with the cooler tones of cadet blue. As a result, this fun forward-looking colour palette brings up a clever touch of modern glamour.
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In fact, 1909 Kitchens provides more options for the door style, colours and accessories to coordinate. We will be introducing them in more details in our next blog. Stay tuned!