Tetbury Oak

Shaker Kitchen / Style Collection

Tetbury Oak

About Tetbury Oak

The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it’s important to make the space feel friendly and inviting. The Tetbury Oak is a classic shaker door - the oak door has a real sense of traditional design and the warm finish lends itself well to neutral interiors and minimalist style. The door is 22mm thick and has a larger 115mm frame, creating a sophisticated feel for the edging of the door. The ‘V’ groove detail to the joints adds a sense of sophistication and has a very striking look, perfect for making the cabinet doors a real statement feature in the room. A wooden door automatically creates a homely feel for the room and a welcoming atmosphere. Perfect for a family-friendly feel, or if you want a country style kitchen that has a sense of minimalist sophistication.

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