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            Budget Shaker Kitchen Ideas

            A heritage-inspired space can cost less than you might think thanks to these budget shaker kitchen ideas, which show how to craft an interior full of character without overspending. Contemporary colours, inexpensive materials, and updated door designs mean that new shaker kitchens can be both fashionable and affordable. You’ll also find kitchen ideas to refresh an existing room, including easy updates that won’t break the bank.


            • 1. Low-cost character

              For an affordable take on shaker, @emily_at_no2 picked our Allendale range. The lightweight, framed door has a grain-effect that mimics the look of timber for less.
            • 2. A modern adaptation

              With a square-edged border and matt finish, Witney is a modern take on a classic. It has a pared-back style that will last through passing trends for long-term value.
            • 3. Look to laminate

              @raevisioninterior chose laminate counters to save on a marble pattern. Lower prices and easy upkeep make it a popular stand-in for premium materials.
            • 4. Save on seating

              Shaker cooking areas are traditionally also social spaces, which lend well to an breakfast bar layout, as seen by's seating spot

            • 5. Tech for less

              Exclusive to Howdens, the Lamona brand offers essential appliances at affordable prices. All models are made to fit our shaker cupboards, saving on labour costs.
            • 6. Cost-effective cleaning

              Sink and tap packs offer a uniform look on a budget. @prime_construct chose a stainless-steel and chrome set to punctuate their heritage scheme.
            • 7. A palette with permanence

              Grey is a hue that spans changing trends. With shaker cabinetry in a slate tone, @see_more_reno has crafted a lasting look that won’t need updating in a hurry.
            • 8. Stick with standard sizes

              Save on heritage style with standard units, like @Francis_interiors. 50 or 60-cm wide cabinetry costs less than large or custom sizes and come in shaker designs.
            • 9. Storage sorted

              @littlehouseinlondon used a wooden cutlery tray with rustic appeal to declutter. Affordable accessories make storage work hard, providing value from every unit.
            • 10. Pocket-friendly panelling

              Harnessing handcrafted charm, wall panelling adds character in an affordable way – @makeyourselfashhome chose white for their refined-meets-rustic scheme.
            • 11. Ornate on a budget

              For an economical update, fit heritage hand pulls. @isleofwightdream used aged brass cups handles, a style and shape that complements a shaker design.

            • 12. Hassle-free floorboards

              Laminate offers a low-cost way to capture classic character. @Littlehouseinlondon picked a herringbone pattern for added decorative detail.


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