By Viveka Schuster. Kitchen Style. Published at Wednesday, August 01st, 2018 - 11:54:55 AM.
Timeless traditions Traditional kitchens are timeless style staples that never go out of fashion. Kitchen units in this style tend to be lovingly crafted in gorgeous hardwoods like regal oak, smooth maple or glossy walnut, creating an air of masterful craftsmanship and elegance. This kitchen style provides the perfect home for ornate mirrors, antique crystal glasses and perhaps even a collection of fine aged whiskys.
Clever decorating and styling ideas will keep each area looking separate but seamless. Sound complicated? Well, fear not, as we have compiled our top five tips for making the most of your open-plan space, without breaking the bank. Think about where guests will sit while you cook and where you would like to eat.
Short-stay seating, such as breakfast bars, need to be situated away from the work zone so no one gets in the way, but close enough so conversation flows easily. Skylights running right along the highest point of this roof flood this open-plan kitchen and dining space with light.
Mediterranean-style kitchens, Flared hoods, hand-painted tile, warm wood cabinets, beamed ceilings and arched cooking alcoves are just some of the features that put Spanish revival kitchens on the most-wanted list. So with that in mind, we’re here to help you take that first big leap towards choosing your new kitchen by narrowing down the selection to three main kitchen styles.
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