What is a Traditional Kitchen?
Traditional kitchens are more detailed and colourful compared to contemporary ones, they create feelings of warmth which is an important factor for those looking to spend a lot of time in them.
Use of irregular patterns in traditional kitchen design along with use of customer’s preferred colour schemes help add individual character to each of our installations.
Key aspects of a Traditional Kitchen
- Lots of windows
- Homely feel
- Natural materials on floors and in cabinetry
- Common materials: Marble; Granite; Brick; Stone; Wood
- White washed wood
- Mix and match details
- Lack of straight lines
- Patterned flooring
- Irregular shapes of material such as natural stone or slate
- Wood turned furniture
- Add colour with fabrics
- Knobs on cupboards
- Staggered heights of cabinetry
- Focus on shapes and details instead of clean lines
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Where are we?
Cucina Kitchens Ltd
Box Trees Art & Craft Centre
Tel: 01564 783007
Free car parking adjacent to the showroom and a great cafe at Box Trees Farm for you to enjoy.
Here is one of Cucina's project completions showing how both contemporary and traditional styles can complement each other well.