At their heart both Madeleine and Amelie expound principles of simplicity, clean design that relies on straight lines, and a world that revels in the splendor of wood. While Madeleine comes in two different versions that offer Line and Soft doors, Amelie is a Raffaello Pravato design that fuses modern modularity with classic form. Both the kitchens are available in a wide variety of finishes, hues and compositions, and you can even bring together different wall units and islands to craft a custom kitchen that fits the specific floor plan of your home.
Unlike many other modern kitchens, Village brings in a variety of textures along with the elegance of wooden cabinets to create a truly captivating space. This fusion of traditional design elements with contemporary, state-of-the-art appliances and simple straight lines gives each composition an exceptional appeal. While the kitchen does look mesmerizing in Cherry and Ash decapé, you can pick from other beautiful colors like yellow, blue or lime green to truly enliven your home. Each of the compositions can be custom-crafted to suit the specific needs of your home, and the smart cabinets enhance the available space.
When it comes to accessories, transitional kitchen is all about adopting a minimal approach. The one word that defines this entire style perfectly is ‘restrained’. Hold back on splurging too much color and decorate with only things that you absolutely love. While there is plenty of room in this style for introduction of various fuzzy textures, keep the intricate patterns to a bare minimum.
Instead of the brighter blues and golds you'd find in an Old World design, the traditional kitchen incorporates soft, muted colors: creams, whites, taupes, light grays or greens.
They wanted a more open kitchen with better function and flow. We also added some new architectural features and contrasting colors to give it the classic, traditional feel they were going for.
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