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Kitchens by 1909

Kitchens by 1909

At its core, 1909 has two definitive appearances: the perennially classic Shaker and a contemporary, Slab, all built within a traditional, in-frame construction. These door styles work equally well on their own or combined to create a style unique to you. Both styles provide a beautiful canvas, from which each kitchen can be finished with an extensive palette of stunning colours, intricate beading options, door furniture and handles, resulting in a truly individual kitchen, from cleverly detailed opulence, to simple, understated sophistication.

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All Frank Hadley Kitchens are designed with an eye for detail. Supreme quality cabinetry complements the sleek lines and you can be sure to love your kitchen for many years to come.

A traditional kitchen sympathetically designed to blend in perfectly with the homes original features. Subtly merging cooking and dining areas, this simplistically stunning space is seamlessly achieved. Georgian is shown here in a combination of Dust Grey and Dove Grey or alternatively Lava and Chalk.

The most detailed of their three door styles blends beautifully into this period home, with the 1909 treatment carried through to the boot room, glimpsed through part-glazed doors. Charcoal, Partidge Grey and Chalk painted doors are all featured.

The overall aesthetic of this kitchen combines wall panelling, moulded cornice and a herringbone timber floor with a colour scheme of soft and deep greys, inspired by a 19th Century colour palette. Alternatively, three very different natural shades of Truffle, Cashmere and Porcelain work beautifully together to create an endearing, earthy palette.

This kitchen shows just how well 1909 adapts to smaller rooms. It’s a compact design in which space has been carefully considered without compromising on looks or practicality. Featured colours are Morris Blue and Parchment White.

This kitchen is designed to work hard, whether for cooking, entertaining, or just enjoying a relaxing drink. The 1909 Shaker design optimises space perfectly; practical storage, attractive feature cabinetry and an exposed peninsular enhances the openness of the room.

On-trend Graphite working areas contrast beautifully with the fun retro Dry Rose island to mix a pared back industrial look with echoes of a vintage interior. Alternatively the lighter, neutral, softer tones of Cadet blue create a traditional look, with a touch of modern glamour.