STYLE DESCRIBES WHO YOU ARE


Transitional Style
The transitional kitchen blends the old with the new and adds a touch of creativity to create a flexible gathering place. Transitional designs are a way to break away from traditional design style rules. If you're looking for a design that is open to interpretation, if you prefer to ignore the rules, if you just like what you like, then you might like the transitional kitchen design. It's all of that and more.

Traditional Kitchen
Create a warm, homey feeling while you mix and match colors and textures. The traditional kitchen incorporates soft, muted colors such as creams, taupes and light grays. Don't confuse a traditional kitchen with Old World or country. Although, like the latter two, the traditional kitchen design style is "warm and classic," with elements of English and French taste, "the colors are different," Traditional Style has the comforting elegance of grander times is the pinnacle of Traditional styling. This stately style is steeped in history but avoids signs of aging. You’ll find traditional anytwhere you want to feel at home.

Contemporary Style
This style encompasses a range of styles developed in the latter half of the 20th century. The focus is on simple clean lines and smooth surfaces. Contemporary shows nicely in condo’s, modern homes, lofts, office & retail.  Modern Style is streamlined and sophisticated, modern style is the forward-thinking relative of contemporary.

Old World Style
This style has intricate moldings, hand-carved details and dark woods are hallmarks of this European-influenced style. Although beautiful, these elements can combine to create a kitchen that feels fussy and dark.

Craftsman Style
This style was defined by the American Arts and Crafts movement in the last years of the 19th century. The look is simplicity of form and elegant. It is appropriate to use in bungalows, lofts, Shaker, Mission and Asian influence designs.

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Country Style
This style is not just about ducks and dollies, it takes on many looks from Victorian to Grand Lodge, French Country to Farmhouse. Soft lines and romantic colors make it hard to find a spot it doesn’t fit in.

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