CAN A SHAKER DOOR STYLE STILL HAVE PERSONALITY?

Greenfield offers a multitude of door styles, but our Augusta door is a Shaker classic. This door has soared in popularity. Although it may seem understated, there are many ways to pair it with our materials and finishes that truly make this style POP!

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LOOK ONE

Shown above: base and island cabinets, Full Access, Augusta A style, Paint Grade, Cyberspace; wall cabinets, Full Access, Paint Grade, Augusta A style, Paint Grade, Dorian

Designed by Proud House Studio.

Photography courtesy of JC Buck.

The Augusta style is perfect for all who crave a funky eclectic design! Augusta is a subtle clean backdrop for those who love to experiment with color and furnishings. Dorian grey paint paired with dark Cyberspace paint is a stunning two-tone look which carries beautifully on the Augusta style. The prepped for glass doors add a nice element to those wishing to display their glass and dish ware.

LOOK TWO

Shown above: Full Access, Augusta A, Paint Grade, Glacier

Designed by New Perspective Cabinetry and Design.

Photography courtesy of Dan Murdoch.

Augusta is a quintessential style with those wanting something more contemporary in design. By adding box hood and slab style drawer fronts, the Augusta style is beautifully showcased with a clean white concept.

LOOK THREE

Shown above: wall cabinets, Augusta A style, Paint Grade, Inkwell by Sherwin-Williams®, base cabinets and island, Full Access, Augusta A style, Paint Grade, Inkwell by Sherwin-Williams

Designed by KitchenLab, LLC.

Photography courtesy of Michael A. Kaskel.

Dark and moody spaces are becoming all the rage, so why not pair that with the Augusta style? When paired with a white countertop and backsplash, along with warm flooring and furnishings, the Augusta style works with the design, not against. Take the Augusta look even further by showcasing it in Beaded Inset, as seen on the wall cabinets.

LOOK FOUR

Shown above: Full Access, Augusta A style, Sealskin paint

Designed by KitchenLab, LLC.

Photography courtesy of Michael A. Kaskel.

Augusta and Mid century Modern go hand-in-hand with this warm and dark kitchen. When paired with clean-line wood furniture and brass, anyone can create their own Mad Men inspired space. A brown-black paint like Sealskin pairs beautifully with the Augusta style, giving it subtle lines and shadowing.

Shaker is a classic style choice, no doubt, but as we’ve demonstrated here, you can personalize the Shaker-look in a variety of ways.

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