“1909 is a beautiful Shaker-style painted kitchen with a timeless quintessentially British feel. This beautiful collection of painted kitchen furniture introduces a classic aesthetic while meeting the demands of twenty-first-century living. That’s why 1909 adapts flexibly to any style of home.”
Choosing a kitchen to match your individual style can be difficult – with a tricky balance between the age of your home, demands of 21st century living and a design that expresses your unique personality. We think that the 1909 range matches all of these requirements perfectly. The beautiful painted door selections mix and match to create a contemporary space with a traditional twist, resulting in a trendy and timeless kitchen design. Let us introduce you to the 1909 range from PWS so that you can discover a design that fits your practical needs and aesthetic desires.
“1909 kitchens are graceful, extremely practical and built to the highest specification. The breadth of product choice combined with the skill of our retailers makes it possible to create a bespoke look at an affordable price.”
A style to suit you…
The 1909 range features an in-frame kitchen with two core door styles. These include a modern slab door and a timeless Shaker-style door, which can be further customised with attractive beading options. Detailed accessories and features are also available, allowing you to work with our designer to tailor a look just for you.
“Painted kitchens with balanced proportions and immaculate detailing.”
Crafted from the finest materials…
From hand sprayed timber doors in a choice of 32 colours – to drawers with solid oak and sturdy dovetailed joints – you can’t fail to miss the traditional skills and quality materials used to build the 1909 range. The decorative cupboard interiors are available in either painted oak, veneer or mirrored; and the British-made handles and classic butt hinges can be found in chrome, nickel or pewter. These clever storage solutions are always practical without compromising on design.
“Crafted with meticulous attention to detail.”
Half Pencil & Scalloped
‘The most detailed of our three door styles blends beautifully into this period home, with the look carried through to the boot room, glimpsed through part-glazed doors.’
This design is practical and makes everything easy to reach.
‘This enduring design is an inviting space for guests to chat and grab a drink …’
The painted doors are in Charcoal, Partridge Grey and Chalk.
‘This kitchen shows just how well 1909 adapts to smaller rooms. It’s a compact design in which space has been carefully considered without compromising on looks or practicality.’
The ‘quarter of a round’ beading was traditionally used to soften the classic shaker-style door profile.
“The Morris Blue is inspired by a nineteenth-century colour palette; contributing to the light and airy feel are off white wall cupboards with feature mirrored backs to co-ordinate with the tiled walls and sink.”
The featured colours are Morris Blue and Parchment White.
‘Our purest door style is shown here in a neutral palette in a modern family home.’
The bespoke pantry can be customised to suit your needs. The quadrant curves soften the entire look and the pantry provides generous corner storage.
Elegant and bright, perfectly suited to a modern family home.
The painted doors are in Flint Grey and Almond.
In-Frame Slab & Shaker
‘A perfect blend of classic and contemporary design is achieved through a combination of in-frame Shaker and Slab door styles. Classic detailing combined with understated elegance achieves a truly modern-classic look and feel. Colours featured are Cashmere and Truffle.’
A classic and contemporary design is achieved with a mix of Slab and Shaker-style doors.
‘Subtle hints of gold and bright nickel add to the luxurious palette of materials.’
The featured colours are Cashmere and Truffle.
Slab – Linear Layout
‘Beautifully understated, this door style offers simple detailing. Linearity and a strong perspective give a more contemporary look compared to our classic in-frame kitchen. Colours shown include subtle Porcelain & Graphite to punchier Umber and Spearmint.’
After a long day at work, imagine relaxing with a cup of coffee in this Spearmint retro inspired kitchen.
The linear layout gives more of a contemporary approach.
Colours shown include Porcelain & Graphite combined with retro Umber and Spearmint injections.
Slab – Curved Layout
‘The simple form of the in-frame slab door allows for flowing and elaborate layouts even on a relatively modest footprint. Blending different levels, colours & shapes makes for an inviting look that would work in any setting. Colours featured are Slate, Saffron, Partridge Grey and Cornflower Blue.’
“Introducing curved elements offers fluidity, as well as practicality, and can become a focal point of the design” – Graeme Smith, 1909 designer
Bi-fold doors bring light into the kitchen and make it possible to grab some fresh herbs from the garden in the midst of cooking.
Curved doors help soften a modern look and blends well in any setting.
If you’d like to know how we can create the perfect 1909 kitchen for you, why not visit the showroom?