By Trudchen Neumann. Kitchen Style. Published at Monday, August 20th, 2018 - 02:58:20 AM.
A galley kitchen consists of two parallel runs of units forming a central corridor in which to work. The galley layout works well for all kitchen styles; it’s also the preferred design of many professional chefs, who love it because it enhances safety and efficiency during cooking.
Style is easier to recognize with your eyes than with words: You know it when you see it, and the photo that inspires you most can often surprise you. Think you know your kitchen style? Check out these guides to a dozen favorite kitchen design themes, then tell us which one takes the cake.
Traditional kitchens are defined by their details, which can include arches, decorative moldings and corbels, raised-panel cabinets, a mix of antique finishes and furniture-like turned legs — even a chandelier. Whether they have a classic American or old-world flavor, they still carry the stamp of their owners’ personal style.
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.
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