The Warwickshire Barn Shaker Kitchen by deVOLFarmhouse Kitchen
What Houzz contributors are saying:
3. Paneled walls. There’s a simple beauty to tongue and groove boards. Perhaps it’s because this classic cladding style conjures up a whimsical, bygone era when life was lived at a gentler pace. Whatever its appeal, tongue and groove paneling makes for the easiest-on-the-eye wall treatment in a classic country kitchen and, when paired with a pegged shelf painted to blend in, transforms into a practical feature to boot.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Incorporate wood panellingTo really nail the Shaker look, it helps to add timber panels to the other elements in the room. In this gorgeous kitchen, the Shaker-style units have been complemented by a panel of tongue-and-groove and a matching line of pegs. It not only looks attractive, it’s practical, too – the walls are protected and easy to wipe, and the hooks provide easy-access storage for cleaning products, crockery and utensils.