The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house. It can’t just look good, it must be able to give you the ability to prep, cook, and clean easily and efficiently. That being said, a kitchen needs to look good too. When it comes to picking a kitchen décor style, you’ve got a lot of options, and it can get overwhelming. To help you sort through the mess we put together this handy list of kitchen décor styles.
Thanks to that lovable couple down in Waco, farmhouse has seen a spike in popularity recently. Warm and comfortable colors are calling cards of a farmhouse kitchen, along with open shelving, single basin sinks, and big wooden kitchen tables.
Sleek metals, frameless cabinets, and minimalist hardware are three common components of a modern kitchen. There are lots of different variations of a modern kitchen, so it can be a little hard to define sometimes.
For those who want a less bold option, traditional kitchens offer arches, decorative molding, and furniture legs. Lots of woods in natural tones, natural stone counter tops, and maybe even a chandelier are commonly seen in traditional kitchens.
Somewhere between traditional and modern, a transitional kitchen gives you the best of both worlds. Using the comfortable tones and feelings of a traditional kitchen and the more exciting finishes and details of a modern kitchen, transitional kitchens are a great option for spouses who may have opposing design tastes.
If you were to take a traditional kitchen and substitute warm earth tones for white, you would end up with a classic kitchen. These kitchens aren’t necessarily trendy, but they will stand the test of time and look good for years to come.
Kitchen styles can be hard to define, as you rarely encounter a kitchen that is a pure example of just one style. Generally, you get a mix of a few different styles rolled together to make the perfect kitchen for the homeowner. No matter what your preferred style is, we can help build your dream kitchen in your dream home.