Shaker design originated in the 18th century from a religious movement in an effort to bring a simple and functional aesthetic to the household. Cabinets with recessed cut panel doors and slab drawer fronts are the foundation of this style. Modern variants of Shaker cabinets include hardwood, fiberboard, wood veneers, and metal. Shaker design is common in modern and contemporary homes with similar style faucets.
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