Traditional Kitchen Style

Traditional kitchens remain among the most popular and sought after kitchen styles due to their timeless feel and classic palettes.

Synonymous with the traditional kitchen is the shaker style which was developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Coming, a religious sect more widely known as the ‘Shakers’, in the 17th Century. Their philosophy was one of functional simplicity and minimalist design, reflecting their beliefs in the quality of their work. The Shaker legacy continues to influence fine quality, bespoke kitchen furniture that has timeless appeal and enduring style.

At Mercia, our range of Edwin Loxley bespoke hand-made furniture emanates the shaker philosophy. Our stunning display in our showroom window catches the eye of almost everyone who walks past.

Come and take a look for yourself – you won’t be disappointed!

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