The Erin kitchen has an interesting design. The center panel is set back deeper than one would expect, the frame is chamfered all round to the center panel offering a different look from the true shaker kitchens. The Erin painted is on an ash foundation offering a soft open grain texture to the finished kitchen. This classic Erin kitchen in any of it’s twenty-five colours, can be dressed to a semi-contemporary look if one so desires.
The shaker design of kitchen door has the Shaker religious movement in its heritage. The Shakers promoted simple living and simple furniture; perhaps offering them more time to shake. They were called the Shakers because they were renowned for their rather expressive dancing in adoration of their God.