An inspired design from the mid-18th century when craftsmanship was stated in simplicity and functionality. It is essential to get it right when designing and building a shaker style kitchen. The biggest challenge here was to build the cabinetry with a single continuous frame, this leaves no room for error every cabinet must be true, level and evenly supported. The great result in this project is testament to a great cabinetmaker. Other features in this kitchen project include a larder, birch plywood cabinets, solid oak dovetailed drawers. At the Belfast sink there is a quooker tap. The door furniture is a highly polished British made bin pulls from Armac Martin. Marble work surfaces and handmade tiles behind the range cooker, and not forgetting a cat!