Shaker Style Cabinets
The history of shaker style cabinets dates back to the early nineteenth century. Shakers were a religious sect. They arrived from Central Europe to the United States in the early nineteenth century.
Shakers initially settled in New York City, later arrivals settled in various parts of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky during the next one hundred years. They believed that the desires, excess and beautifications offend God. Their values and spiritual ideas through exceptional skills as craftsmen tended toward a utilitarian design that gained popularity due to its implicitly and adaptability. Shaker cabinets have the ability to complement modern and traditional designs. Typically known as the five-piece door the construction is simple and therefore it is widely preferred by carpenters and cabinet makers. The clean and simple design allow shaker style cabinets to fit well in most of the interior spaces.
Modern & Contemporary
TV, Media & Living
TV & Living Room