If you’re a die-hard traditionalist the trend towards contemporary and transitional design may leave you feeling lost for fresh new inspiration in the familiar classic look you love, but no more! Read more
Today we wrapped up some final details in this new kitchen. The client was going for a Mediterranean vibe, elegant but at the same time warm and inviting. She loves to entertain so the kitchen had to be a focal point for her guests and it had to tell the story of her vision. All these bells and whistles can really run up the price of your cabinets but we were able strike a good deal with Kith Cabinets. Read more
Today’s guest post is from Susi, a writer for Arcadian Lighting, a must-shop resource for beautiful light fixtures. Susi is sharing some favorite kitchens, from traditional to contemporary, cottage to penthouse. There is a wide range of styles, fixtures, cabinets, flooring and lighting in these kitchens. We hope you see something that will inspire you. What is your favorite kitchen?
Love the greenhouse feeling to this kitchen. The cream cabinets and countertops blend seamlessly with the architecture. Pantry & appliances are tucked further back so they don’t disrupt the view.
This cottage kitchen is one of our favorites because of the island that feels like a farmhouse table. Classic white subway tiles are classic for a reason…they’re timeless.
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Small doesn’t mean unstylish. Love this eat-in-kitchen that is small on space but large on style. High gloss cabinets reflect the light to make the room feel bigger. The pendant light over the table adds a stylish touch.
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Colored cabinets are not a new trend but we love the high gloss aqua on these metal cabinets. Everything feels sleek and polished in this contemporary kitchen.
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Luxury finishes and quality materials make this kitchen a favorite. Dramatic dark cabinets and contemporary lighting make this kitchen feel sophisticated.
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This white kitchen is anything but sterile. Grey veined white marble, dark floors and punches of orange from the counter stools keep it lively. Love the kitchen pendant lights.
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While many of our favorite kitchens are light and airy, we do love the drama of dark cabinets paired with dark floors. The island sink also makes this a fave, as does the professional range.
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This contemporary farmhouse kitchen is a gorgeous blend of new and old. Love how the design incorporates the stone wall with contemporary cabinets and pendant lights
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One of the myriad decisions you’ll have to make when considering new kitchen cabinets is STYLE. What do you say when your kitchen professional poses the question, what style are you? There are, of course, many but we can safely narrow it down to three categories. The first one is known as TRADITIONAL. Anything Old World, Country, French Country or Tuscan would come under that category. You know you’re traditional when cabinet doors are ornate with lots of finish detail and moulding. Because of this, a classic or traditional look is usually the most expensive to create. The second category is CONTEMPORARY. This style is usually very simple and streamlined with not a lot of detail. This type of kitchen gets its beauty from the materials used. For example a beautiful wood grain or color. If you are careful about the materials used this can by your most inexpensive option. Remember less can be more. The third style is TRANSITIONAL. A lot of us come under this category which could also be described as eclectic. The popular Shaker door is a good example of this. It can be either modern or traditional looking depending on the hardware you select and the rest of the finishes in the kitchen. If you’re interested in resale value this is the way to go as it will appeal to the majority. Now can you identify the style of kitchen in these three photos from Holiday Kitchens?