Designed in Britain, this beautiful collection of painted doors are hand sprayed in your choice of 32 colours. Available in 4 design styles, 1909 kitchens are graceful, but also extremely practical and built to the highest specification.

In-Frame Slab

Beautifully understated, our purest of door styles offers detailing. Linearity and a strong perspective give a more contemporary look compared to our classic in-frame kitchen.


In-frame Shaker 

Our classic In-frame Shaker door style offers a distinctly timeless look, perfectly suiting a modern family home.

In-frame Slab & Shaker

A perfect blend of classic and contemporary design is achieved through the combination of the in-frame Shaker and in-frame Slab doors. Classic detailing combined with understated elegance achieves a truly modern-classic look and feel.

Quarter Round

Simple and functional, 'quarter of a round' beading was traditionally used to soften the classic Shaker profile. The Morris blue shown here is inspired by nineteenth-century colour palettes; contributing to the light and airy feel are wall cupboards which feature mirrored backs and are painted an off-white to co-ordinate with the tiles, walls and sink.

Half pencil & scallop

This supremely practical design keeps everything within reach. The overall impression is enduring and inviting, creating a comfortable , functional yet stylish kitchen.


Made in Britain 1909 handles are solid brass in a choice of chrome or bright nickel finishes. Solid Pewter options are also available.


Behind each 1909 door there's a place for everything, thanks to some clever storage ideas. Choose from simple cupboards to plentiful pull-outs, drawers with customised partitions and bookshelves.

Choose your colours

With a 32-strong colour palette you can achieve just the look you want for your 1909 kitchen - whether you opt for a single colour or a combination of contrasting or complimentary tones.

Colour cards are available from Input Kitchens as printed colours may not be exact.


To find out more, speak to Input kitchens or visit www.1909kitchens.co.uk