Hunton Painted Shaker Kitchen

Hunton painted shaker kitchen

Hunton Second Nature shaker kitchen

The shaker Hunton is a smooth painted one piece door which features a shallow centre panel, making it perfect for modern or classic design. Available in painted colours with four from stock; porcelain, dove grey, dust grey and hartforth blue.

The Hunton shaker is also available in true handleless style. View Hunton true handleless

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Hunton painted shaker Second Nature kitchen list correct as at 07/04/2022


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