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This bold blue shaker style kitchen puts a modern spin on the Victorian style.


Our large double bowl butler’s sink adds to the period feel (also available with a fluted front rather than the flat style we used). Made from fine fireclay, the sink is fired at a higher temperature than standard ceramic, making it more durable. It is also more hygienic and easier to clean than stainless steel.


Our fireclay butler’s sink and gold kitchen tap add to the period features of this blue shaker style kitchen.


The curved kitchen mixer from our Lozano range softens the angular lines of the kitchen and provides a beautiful pop of bling to the space. It also picks up on the metallic accents of the hardware.


For a more traditional look, we have an extensive range of decorative tapware, including from Astra Walker, Brodware and Turner Hastings. These come in a range of finishes, such as aged brass, copper and antique black.


All of the materials and finishes in this kitchen work harmoniously together to create an inviting and modern space that fits the period home.


Styling by Style Curator
Joinery by Cafe Kitchens
Photography by Thorson Photography


Tile Republic products used: tapware and basin