The Shakers, a mid-18th century religious sect, believed it was possible to “form a more perfect society on Earth”. Followers practised communal living and shared all property.
Shaker-style interiors and furniture have since become known for their very simple, unadorned design, which lets the qualities of the materials – mainly wood – shine through. The style is still popular today, especially in kitchen settings.
Here, we have gathered ten examples of interiors that
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