What style of kitchen cabinets is right for you?
Traditional design uses a natural, earthy color palette, featuring browns, greens, and gentle berry hues. This design scheme steers clear of high shine and gloss, opting instead for rich wood and a refined yet rustic approach.
Traditional furniture is elegant and timeless, with an emphasis on carved features, solid craftsmanship, and symmetry. Traditional kitchen cabinets have an inset border, crisp corners, and classic hardware. They typically stick to a palette of white, cream, maple, or dark wood. Sturdy and dependable, traditional kitchen cabinets will always be in style.
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Transitional design puts a slightly more modern spin on traditional design. Its focus is on elements that are simple, light, and warm. If you like a blend of old and new in your home, transitional is perfect for you. Rather than strictly sticking to wood, transitional design may incorporate contemporary elements, such as brick, stainless steel, and glass. Transitional kitchen cabinets may be slightly more sleek than traditional ones, with more creative hardware -- perhaps even industrial-inspired handles. You can dabble in styles like rustic, retro, or art deco while staying rooted in designs that will stand the test of time.
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