The Clerkenwell Shaker Kitchen by deVOLTransitional Kitchen, London
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Emphasise the aestheticTongue-and-groove walls work well in a Shaker-style kitchen, and tie in with the handcrafted aesthetic. Use long panels in place of a tiled splashback and paint them to harmonise with the kitchen.Here, the designers have completed the look by hanging a line of Shaker pegs along the panelling for storing aprons, oven gloves and utensils.Planning a new cookspace? Find kitchen designers and fitters in your area.
Choose alternatives to paintIf you fancy something more interesting than a painted wall, hunt out alternative surfaces. The wood panelling here provides a wipe-clean area and adds character to the space.