Treloy offers a beautiful hybrid between traditional shaker and modern smooth slab doors, including a delicate touch in the overall design with ornate beading on the centre panel.

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Although a traditional shaker style at first glance, Treloy keeps it simple and modern by shunning the woodgrain texture of so many other shaker kitchens, opting instead for a satin-smooth painted finish.

It also has an added touch of detail – a delicate beaded moulding surrounding its centre panel. This may seem a small detail but apply this to a whole kitchen and you have something quite special.


The Treloy door is perfect if you’re looking for modern kitchen interior ideas that maintain the quintessential charm of a traditional shaker kitchen.
    Curved Cornice - Ensure your kitchen is complete by including cornices on your wall units. With curved cornices available your entire kitchen will look neat and entire.

    Spice Rack - A simple way of saving space is to include spice racks on the end of an island or peninsula. This creates a storage solution that is both quirky and incredibly functional.

    Beaded End Panels - In the Treloy door, beaded end panels are available. By including this element, the beading around Treloy’s centre panel is emphasised and a delicate design is maintained throughout the entirety of the kitchen.

    Curved Doors - With the addition of curved doors, the kitchen is softened and accessibility heightened due to the wide opening they create on the cabinet.

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