Think of transitional design as an ideal compromise between the traditional and the contemporary. This unique style is a pleasing blend of both aesthetics and functionality as it draws from the clean and well defined look of contemporary design and the inviting warmth of traditional materials. Most transitional kitchens use soothing neutral shades and organic textures, making them a soothing and tranquil hub. The cabinetry is kept simple, stylish and is often modern its design. If you are a fan of sustainable living and green design, then transitional is a perfect choice for you.
Part of its charm, like country, is that it brings the outdoors in, so patterns can include fruits, flowers and butterflies. You can mix and match. It's a design that is open to interpretation and appeals to all ages and personalities.
Part of the vintage series of kitchens designed by Marchi, Panamera seems a lot more modern in its design than Loft or 1956. An interesting combination of contrasting materials such as wood, stone, stainless steel and brick give this kitchen its inimitable look while offering ample visual and textural contrast. Every detail is carefully crafted with distinctive custom finishes and interplay between the various elements. One can find an obvious touch of vintage elegance subtly embedded in the design of the kitchen island and the unique hoods. Clever floating shelves, ample cabinet space and distinctive features come together to create a truly magical kitchen!
There are few colors as versatile as blue and even in a world where gray seems to be taking over, blue still stands tall as a perpetually popular choice among homeowners. The biggest reason for this is how it fits in with a wide variety of themes ranging from minimal, contemporary and Scandinavian to rustic, coastal and Mediterranean. It is the finish of the kitchen island, material of choice and the shade of blue that combine to create the right island for your stylish kitchen.
That’s precisely why we have decided to help you out by taking a closer look at five popular and trendy kitchen styles that seem like perennial favorites among both homeowners and designers alike. Since most modern homes seem to be adopting an open floor plan,a kitchen style that goes hand-in-hand with the remainder of the house is often a must.
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