Traditional Kitchen Designs
If you’re drawn to the elements of a traditional kitchen—things like classic styling, neutral colors, and natural materials—this is the design style you should use in your home. The trick is to narrow down your options into a cohesive design that matches your tastes and lifestyle. We have compiled some traditional kitchen designs to inspire your upcoming renovation project.
White painted cabinets are a staple in traditional kitchens, but that doesn’t mean all your cabinets must be white. In a two-tone kitchen, half of the cabinets are dark. It’s common to have dark island cabinets and white perimeter cabinets, as seen here. Another popular option is to have dark lower and light upper cabinets. This example also incorporates contrasting countertop colors, taking the two-tone concept one step further.
If you like how two-tone kitchens look, contact us for help creating and implementing a design that fits your family’s needs.
Custom Kitchen Detailing
While contemporary kitchens are characterized by clean lines and minimal detailing, traditional kitchens often include eye-catching embellishments. Almost every aspect of your kitchen can be a work of art with a designer to help make suggestions. In this example, you’ll notice a sculpture-like range hood, decorative beam ceiling, and Solomonic columns supporting the island overhang. Ornate crown molding, beadboard paneling on the island, and a farmhouse sink also contribute to this kitchen’s traditional appearance.
Schedule a consultation with Jack Rosen to begin designing custom details for your traditional kitchen.
Glass Cabinet Doors
Glass-front kitchen cabinets are commonly found in traditional kitchens because they offer the chance to showcase your favorite cutlery. Perhaps you have a collection of crystal wine glasses or ceramic dishes you want to display. Whatever the case, in-cabinet lighting is a must to give your treasures the attention they deserve.
Jack Rosen can incorporate glass cabinet doors into any kitchen design. Call us today at 301-363-4064 for more information.
Traditional Kitchen with Blue Accents
Of all the accent colors you can choose for your traditional kitchen, blue is one of the most timeless. In this example, a baby-blue tile backsplash and custom island energize the space with a subtle pop of color. The homeowner carried the theme into carefully selected dishware and accents seen in other parts of the kitchen.
Can you envision blue or another favorite accent color in your kitchen? Get in touch with us at 301-363-4064 to begin discussing your preferences with our design team.
L-Shaped Kitchen Island
There’s no need to stick with a classic rectangular-shaped island, even in a traditional kitchen. If you have the square footage, an L-shaped installation maximizes the available work surface and storage space. The contrasting finish makes the island stand out from the cabinets along the wall. Designers included cup drawer pulls, oak hardwood floors, and a subway tile backsplash to further this kitchen’s traditional look.
If you have a grand island in mind for your kitchen, we can make your dream a reality. Complete our online contact form to get started.
Emphasis on Natural Materials
Most kitchens feature at least some natural materials, but traditional designs emphasize them the most. In this example, rustic wood cabinets, granite countertops, a stone backsplash, and leather barstools create a sense of appreciation for the natural world.
Which of these traditional kitchen designs is your favorite? No matter your preferences, Jack Rosen can work with you to bring your vision to life. Call us at 301-363-4064 or contact us online to schedule kitchen renovation services in MD, DC, or VA.
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