The Warwickshire Barn Shaker Kitchen by deVOLCountry Kitchen
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Incorporate wood panellingTo really nail the Shaker look, it helps to add timber panels to the other elements in the room. In this gorgeous kitchen, the units have been complemented by a panel of tongue-and-groove and a matching Shaker peg rail with shelf. It not only looks attractive, it’s practical, too – the walls are protected and easy to wipe, and the hooks provide easy-access storage for cleaning products, crockery and utensils.
In this Shaker-style kitchen, the hooks are part of a wall-to-wall ledge. The pegs can hold a variety of items, depending on which area of the workspace is being used. The shallow shelf above is perfect for small vases, tins and jars.
Plump for panelsThere’s a simple, puritanical beauty to tongue-and-groove boards. Perhaps it’s because this classic cladding tool conjures up a whimsical, bygone era when life was lived at a gentler pace. Whatever its appeal, tongue-and-groove panelling makes for the most easy-on-the-eye wall treatment in the classic country kitchen and, when paired with a pegged shelf painted to blend in, transforms into a practical feature to boot.