Symphony Group Shaker sty;e Waterford Paint to Order

Symphony Group Waterford Paint to Order kitchen

Symphony Group’s latest Waterford painted ash veneered Shaker kitchen is a Paint to Order collection that delivers a charmingly versatile kitchen full of personality and character.

Waterford shaker stlye Symphony Group

The ash veneered Shaker design features intricate beading around the door frame with a classic look and feel that works well with a freestanding range cooker, wooden flooring and copper accents such as handles, lighting, sockets and accessories.

Glass-fronted cabinets allow for the display of favourite pieces of ceramics or glassware while a pull-out tea tray and spice drawer can be specified to match the Waterford cabinetry and chosen painted door colour. Copper handles bring the Shaker look bang up to date and can be teamed with matching taps, hardware and accessories to tie the metallic look together. To enhance the rustic feel, timber worksurfaces bring organic, natural beauty to cabinets and can be co-ordinated with the wooden pull-out trays and dining furniture.

Anthracite Waterford Kitchen

The Anthracite painted finish (pictured) is particularly suited to a modern take on the traditional Shaker look and it’s a palette that fits in perfectly with all architectural styles, from period homes and barn conversions to blank canvas new builds.

Made to the most stringent quality standards, Symphony products are synonymous with quality craftsmanship. With its production facility here in the UK, all kitchens are built to last with furniture awarded full FSC® certification using wood from responsibly managed forests.

For further information about Symphony, please visit www.symphony-group.co.uk

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