A traditional kitchen is a thing of beauty and character. Traditional British kitchens are by far the most alluring kitchen because of the extensive often hand-crafted workmanship involved in their manufacturing. A German traditional kitchen by Nobilia instead offers a more modern take.
Each of Daval’s traditional kitchens are extremely different from the next, with each having a unique twist on a traditional British kitchen style. Being manufactured in Yorkshire, England, a county with a great heritage for quality craftsmanship, a traditional Daval kitchen can be trusted to be a durable kitchen solution.
The Amberley range offers an extremely detailed shaker style, with several distinct ridges to maintain a vintage kitchen feel. The Bramham range is a lighter traditional option, with the door being almost flat fronted it is one of the most modern shaker kitchens you can find. The Oakley range is very similar to the Amberley range, again with a detailed shaker frame but this time with a deep wood grain for a timeless feel.
Mereway’s traditional English Revival range compromises of three main takes on a traditional kitchen. The first is the Signature range which utilises handcrafted, solid wood and hand painted door fronts, for an ultimate finish. The finish of a Signature door is extremely challenging to achieve due to the quality craftmanship involved. The traditional shaker is the second which epitomises the classic shaker shape, and the final the modern classic which is a plain fronted wood grained door.
The luxurious finish of a traditional Mereway English Revival kitchen is what makes it such a popular kitchen choice. As well as the twenty six matt tones, fifteen cabinet finishes and seventy different door handles that can be configured with a traditional Mereway kitchen.
Although more notably known for their vast choice of luxury modern kitchens, German manufacturer Nobilia also have a small selection of traditional kitchens in the form of their Castello, Gent and Sylt ranges. The Castello range is the most traditional of these featuring profiled frame doors, whereas the Gent range, with its chunky vertical grooves, could almost be considered modern depending on the room and other features around it. The Sylt door is perhaps the most Germanic of the traditional Nobilia ranges, creating a gothic feel with matt black doors and crossed window frames.
Nobilia kitchens are extremely durable and face rigorous testing stress testing before being sold, with every kitchen component having been tested for an equivalent of fifteen years’ worth of use.