Compromise is key in a relationship. The give a little, take a little ebb and flow of compromise in a relationship is very similar to the give and take in today’s transitional kitchen design.
This year we will be seeing more and more transitional kitchens. Transitional kitchens are the result of traditional and contemporary styles meeting in the middle. The flexibility and creativity possibilities of a transitional kitchen are the perfect fit in creating the space you desire.
One example of transitional kitchen design is a classic subway tile backsplash and farmhouse style sink that blend well with stainless steel appliances and contemporary countertops. Transitional kitchens commonly feature natural materials alongside manufactured ones. A marble or stone backsplash pairs well with a stainless range hood.
The main objective of a transitional kitchen design is to achieve a clean, uncluttered look. Simple wood cabinetry and undermount sinks contribute to a streamlined design.
The fluid look a transitional kitchen offers makes lighting an important element as well. Have fun with lighting and choose fixtures that you love and that show your personal style. Lighting is both function and style driven.
Whatever your preferred style, HearthWood Kitchens will create a new kitchen filled with beauty, quality, and functionality. Contact us today to start your kitchen remodeling project.