The 1909 Range

The 1909 Range is an in-frame kitchen based around two door styles, an in-frame shaker and an in-frame slab. Made from a solid smooth grain timber featuring oak drawers with dovetail joins, this hand sprayed door sits within a fixed frame, offering a smooth finish unique to this range. Combine with solid worktops and decorative cornice for a sophisticated, classic yet contemporary look. We love to show this range off which is why we are only one of three design studios in Scotland to have it on display so please get in touch and we can set up an appointment.

In-Frame Slab

1909 In-Frame Slab

The 1909 In-Frame Slab door is without a doubt our favourite door. We love the simplicity of it and how it works equally as well in a traditional cottage as a super chic loft apartment. Available in any of the 27 colours listed below you can have a calm muted kitchen with splashes of colour being provided by appliances and worktops or go for a strong vibrant spearmint or umber to add real wow factor to your kitchen. We haven't seen anything like this door before and it only gets better in person, we would highly recommend coming in to see it.
 

In-Frame Shaker

In-Frame Shaker

The 1909 In-Frame Shaker style door offers a distinctive, timeless look perfect for the modern home. This style is available in either flat shaker or with two different beading options and can be customised even further with a choice of butt or normal kitchen hinges meaning that your kitchen can be completely bespoke and unique to your home. We love it in one of the neutral tones with a contrasting worktop and splashback but go for a slate or a copse green for a real statement kitchen. Like the In-Frame Slab, the 1909 Shaker is available in any of the 27 colours below.

In-Frame Shaker and Slab Mixed

In-Frame Shaker and Slab Mixed

We have included a small gallery of the two styles of 1909 door mixed with each other just to show that it is possible and offers a really nice option for people wanting a really different kitchen. The use of the frame on both styles means that, whilst the doors are different, they actually mix well together by having a common theme. If you are looking at a two tone kitchen it is maybe also worth considering a two style kitchen as well, as we hope you can see from the gallery opposite that mixing styles can give stunning results.


The colours of 1909.

Both the In-Frame Shaker and Slab are available in any of the colours below. The colours on a screen don't come across as true as they should do so we recommend that you get in touch and book an appointment where we can show you samples of the doors so you can see the true colour.