Five Must See Kitchen Styles!

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Choosing a style for a kitchen renovation can be a daunting task. Trying to piece together a cohesive design by picking out products one at a time can make it difficult to truly visualize the final product. By choosing a pre-established style for your renovation, you can get rid of the guesswork and avoid a tacky frankenstein-esque result. A picture is worth a thousand words. When you see the style that inspires you most, you'll know instantly-- and you just might be surprised with which style speaks to you!







Style #1: Farmhouse


These kitchens are designed to spread warmth and homey feelings to whoever enters! Features like open shelving, vintage ovens and large family-style tables are the standard. However, there is room for improvisation when it comes to the flooring and accents of the kitchen, which can be adapted to your own personal preference!







Style #2: Vintage

Vintage style kitchens can incorporate many different kinds of architectural designs, and focus on using non-traditional accessories and early 1900s memorabilia to create a totally unique space in the house. These kitchens use simple lines and cabinetry to allow for more creative and colorful use of tile, furniture and accessories to capture their vintage theme.







Style #3: Industrial

Industrial style kitchens are not as warm or inviting as other kitchens, but put more emphasis on creativity for a totally unique customized kitchen. Rougher materials like concrete, wood and steel are most often used, and when combined with antique or knick knack type decorations creates a beautiful, charming atmosphere.








Style #4: Rustic

Many rustic kitchens resemble a lodge or log cabin design, often with a bit of regional American flair. Common elements to be found in a rustic kitchen include wood paneling, ceiling beams, warm earthy tones like reds and greens, and woods of pine and hickory.







Style #5: Modern

Modern kitchens incorporate concealed storage, hard edge countertops and sleek structures to give a minimalist design with a spacious and efficient feeling. Common elements to any modern kitchen include neutral colors, stainless steel appliances and fixtures, and use of materials like slate and metal to give these kitchens a durable yet stylish design.








If any of these styles has you itching to get the ball rolling on a kitchen renovation project, we'd love to work with you to make it happen. Reach out on our Contact Us page or simply drop in our showroom to talk!




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