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Lancashire based manufacturer of hand-crafted fireclay sinks, Shaws of Darwen, has introduced a new sink design to its contemporary kitchen portfolio - the new Shaker 600.
The Shaker sink has been a timeless design staple appearing in kitchens across the globe. Stateside, homeowners and interior designers alike, are reaping the financial value the Farmhouse sink adds to a property. According to realestate.com, the statement piece has seen homes sell for an average of 26 percent above asking price. On this side of the Atlantic, the trend has been rapidly picking up momentum.
The new addition - the Shaker 600 - has been created in order to bring farmhouse functionality into the contemporary home, complementing a wide range of kitchen designs, from Shaker to Scandi and everything in between.
Shaws recognised a demand for a smaller more modernised iteration of the classic Shaker range. Thus the more compact Shaker 600 was created, offering sharper, cleaner lines to construct a classic silhouette with feels very much at home in even the most bijoux of kitchens.
Andy Hampson, General Manager at Shaws commented: “In 2019, we are expecting to see a mix of classic and modern influences dominate interior trends. The modern farmhouse movement has been going from strength to strength since its revival last year, spurring a demand for a traditional-style sink to fit more moderately sized kitchens.
We’re proud to have designed a sink which has evolved to meet the desires of our customers without compromising on style or practicality. At Shaws, our commitment remains to create functional, elegant designs that will live on as trends wax and wane.”
For further information contact Ellen Deng on email@example.com, or Fiona Kirwan on firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 0161 238 9820.
Shaws of Darwen has been producing high quality, fireclay sinks using the same time-honoured techniques since it was founded in 1897.
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