Have you seen that Early Settler are now offering free standing oak kitchens? They are a fully customisable and affordable way to create a kitchen in your home.
The units are not flat pack specials. No MDF here, they are complete units made from solid oak, with solid pine internals and quality dovetail joints. They come fully assembled with all handles, plinths, kickboards and cornices already attached. The units come in three different finishes – raw honey, unpolished and raw which is great if you want to paint the cabinets, or use your own stain. You can choose to order the cabinets with or without solid granite bench tops.
The kitchen range is a DIY dream. It is designed to allow any combination to fit seamlessly together– simply put the cabinet in place, level, and fit the counter top. Easily done by the handyman, then all you need to do is arrange for the plumbing and electrical connections.
The sink unit is a great idea. Just choose a sink and tap to suit the base unit you have chosen. Here I teamed the 6 drawer sink cabinet with the farmhouse sink and Rochelle mixer. There is also an appliance unit to accommodate a built-in dishwasher.
Just look at the storage available in the free standing Orchard Oak larder. There are a number of island workbench and tall storage units that include basket storage.
You can view the entire kitchen range in a new kitchen catalogue available on the Early Settler Website.
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