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Traditional Kitchens-New Idea

Written By petite karinne on Sunday, April 3, 2011 | 2:02 PM


A five-burner gas cooktop highlights this kitchen's cooking zone. Custom birch cabinets with a buttercream finish and brown glaze provide subtle elegance to the space, and the diagonal entertainment center made with cherry wood matches the kitchen's island countertop.


Custom birch cabinetry from Plato Woodwork features a painted buttercream finish with a brown glaze. Egg-and-dart molding paired with 3-inch crown molding complements the cabinets’ inset doors with beaded face frames.


A dropped barrel vault ceiling and furniture-look cabinetry create a cozy feeling in this kitchen. Furniture details include the island’s legs, pilasters and bun feet, and integrated appliances with matching cabinet fronts.


White Shaker-style cabinets stacked to the ceiling flank a Wolf range with double ovens. Chrome bin pulls, beadboard wall panels, valance toe kicks and furniture legs on the island give this kitchen a traditional farmhouse feel.


Maple cabinets, painted cream with amber glaze, and matching columns at the range and dining bar, create a clean, classic look. A furniture-style alder island complements the earthy tones of the brown sucuri granite countertops and hardwood flooring.


One wall of the kitchen can be a combination hutch and beverage center. Glass-front upper cabinets provide the perfect backdrop for the glass-front wine chiller. Deep base drawers offer storage space for linens, dinnerware or special serving pieces.


Alternating upper cabinets with windows keeps this kitchen from feeling enclosed. A monochromatic, neutral color palette for countertops, floors and cabinets allows decorative items such as the Oriental rug to make a statement.


Large square stone tiles grace the kitchen floor while 4-inch wall tiles in light brown, tan and cream complement the dark brown countertops and white, raised-panel cabinets. A small peninsula adds workspace and defines the eating and cooking areas.


A little bit traditional: White raised-panel cabinets with beaded face frames and glass insets, contrasted by an antiqued and distressed island in a dark finish. A little bit Tuscan: Terra cotta floors, hand-forged wrought-iron corbels, and a hand-painted mural inset behind the cooktop.

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