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10 Traditional Kitchens You’ll Love
By Decoholic on Feb 26, 2013
There’s much more to traditional design than meets the eye. The focus is to create a warm, homey feeling. A well-designed traditional kitchen will look beautiful and fresh after many years.
Langham’s timeless design with wide rails has an honest and enduring style. The blend of alabaster and sage, whilst a subtle tonal contrast, is nonetheless a pleasing one.
Eden’s period detailing is available in three solid timber options—oak, classic, and painted.
The classic, distressed finish is perfect shabby chic. Your choice of handles will switch it from town to country or back.
Cornell's natural oak and fine detailing, from solid oak pilasters to mantels and corbels, are the epitome of a country kitchen.
Vanbrugh is steeped in Edwardian elegance, reflecting the era’s graceful architectural symmetry and intricate detailing.
Contributing to this mood of classical refinement are the traditional in-frame design and the walnut worktop with waterfall edge.
Abbey’s tongue-and-groove design epitomises classic styling, as does the soothing cream finish. Add refined handles, as well as a walnut worktop and dining table, and you have an elegant, timeless space.
Set in a solid timber frame, Milton's simple Shaker-inspired door has a classical in-frame design that lends streamlined sophistication to any contemporary or period kitchen.
Understated ivory may be a neutral, but it has real warmth. The solid oak worktop and oak handles give this kitchen a country feel. The addition of a wine rack and pull-out trays add practical detail.
Milton offers a wide range of storage features, from curved wall units, to deep drawers and spice drawers, so you can tailor your kitchen to suit your lifestyle.
Cornell's enduring simplicity is offset by an elegantly styled timber door and a hint of discreet detail.
Broadoak epitomises the simple values and clean design lines of the Shaker movement.blog comments powered by Disqus