Traditional Kitchen with Improved Traffic Flow, Bright White and Knotty Pine Cabinets
Traditional Kitchen with Improved Traffic Flow. Widening doorways to the dining area and the central hall improved flow by creating a central circular traffic pattern in this 1920s home. Eclectic elements, such as an Art Deco print advertising Rita waffle crackers, keep the kitchen from feeling too formal. Design by Sawhill Custom Kitchens & Design Inc.
Bright white traditional kitchen photos. Multiple lighting elements brighten this white kitchen. Natural light enters the room via two skylights and an arched-top window over the sink. Recessed lighting throughout the kitchen and a wrought-iron pendant fixture over the island provide task lighting. Design by Island Kitchens & Baths
Knotty Pine Cabinets Traditional Kitchen. This kitchen uses a mix of knotty pine cabinetry and off-white cabinets with a lacquered, glazed finish. The colors distinguish the main kitchen from the butler’s pantry and sitting room (the lighter area), while sage-green interiors and pewter-colored knobs and handles tie the spaces together. Design by The Kitchen Design Studio
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