From Dean Dowd on May 20, 2008 in Kitchen Remodel
Designing your kitchen can be a challenging project, and having a specific theme to follow can be very helpful. These six kitchen designs are just a handful of the many collections out there, but perhaps these will get your creativity flowing. Contemporary Contemporary design today consists of simple lines, flat panels, and creative colors. Not so many dark woods and fancy moldings, but more contemporary with a lot of stainless steel. Contemporary is very inclusive, allowing you to choose from many material choices. Natural stones, quartz, and concrete are all included in contemporary fashion. Country Airy whites, bright spaces with islands and plenty of cabinetry characterize the country kitchen. Mix in woods, cheery colors, and unique appliances such as a chefs stove. Rustic Rustic design incorporates more natural woods such as knotty pines, rough tiles, and the use of warm reds and yellows. Copper also complements the rustic style well. Old World A nostalgic look of yesteryear, stately simplicity characterizes this design, and it will never go out of style. Furniture-styled cabinetry adds an antique touch. Traditional Traditional kitchens offer a classic look of dark woods, simple tiles, and warm stones. A look that has appealed to countless generations, the theme encompasses elegant moldings, practical features, and quiet grace. Transitional Transitional design combines both traditional and contemporary styles. This combination of materials allows the designer to take many liberties. Hopefully some of these beautiful combinations will help to inspire your kitchen remodel. Work with a professional kitchen contractor to create your dream kitchen. Remember, no one design is required in todays decorating. Evaluate the overall design of your home and neighborhood as a whole, and then create something that is uniquely you.