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Shaker Style Sliding Doors

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Most shaker doors are delivered within 48-72 hours on the UK mainland, islands and exports by arrangement.

A beautiful range of Shaker internal doors laid out in three categories consisting of Shaker Panel Doors, Shaker Glazed Doors and Shaker Fire Doors, all designed with quality built in, shopping for shaker doors made simple!

This range will cover shaker interior doors that are White Primed, Oak, Pine or Walnut when available and lots more including prefinished shaker doors that will require no further decoration.

All the glass in the shaker doors with glass will be safety glass as standard and all prefinished shaker doors are clearly marked as "pre-finished" when they are fully decorated.

A bit of history relating to Shaker Style Doors:

Shaker furniture is a very distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers they were a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and honesty. Their beliefs were reflected in the well-made furniture of minimalist designs.

Shaker doors have taken the simplicity of design and style and brought those attributes to the modern home to provide a stylish finish.

The production of furniture was a core business for the New Lebanon Shaker community by the 1860s, the production of well-made "ladder" back or turned post chairs proved popular.

The typically minimalist design and woven (webbing) seats were fast and easy to produce. Furniture built and used by the New Lebanon "believers" is exhibited in the Shaker Retiring Room at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The furniture, acquired in the 1970s, and Shaker textiles are considered among the finest Shaker collections in the world.