This blog post is dedicated to sharing and celebrating our favorite kitchen designs from around the world. Each country has a different style that celebrates their culture and traditions. Taking ideas and inspiration from all of these different kitchen styles can give the most important space in your home a unique and elegant feel! Enjoy this post and take what you like for your own kitchen.
This beautiful traditional kitchen in Italy is a homage to the old world. Utilizing traditional moldings, legs, open shelving, and glass cabinets make this an amazing addition to the home. Not only increasing it's value, but creating a warm and cozy space for the family that has the pleasure of living in it. The marks of this kitchen are its gorgeous light stain, varied counter top heights, Built in ovens, an awesome island with seating, and a built in cook top that make this a dream kitchen.
Here we have a contemporary Asian kitchen which is a homage to Japanese styling. An amazing island with seating, a built in sink, custom hood, and integrated appliance cabinets, make this a kitchen begging to be cooked in. A small bar sink on the side is perfect for food prep and smaller cleaning. The pendant lighting and accessories put this kitchen into our personal favorites collection. Taking inspiration with the shutter doors and simple crown molding give this an elegant and homey, yet still modern feel. This beautiful kitchen is actually in New York City, created after the owners moved from Tokyo, Japan!
Check out this awesome kitchen from Germany! Taking some cues from the Tuscan and Traditional styles with distressing and light glazing to give these cabinets a more authentic feel and look. Using an amazing wood top for the island and matching the hood to the island contrasting the light green taupe perimeter cabinets give this the perfect look. The installers did an amazing job matching up the surrounding area to feel like the cabinets were meant to go in this room. We are jealous to say the least!
Here we have a very different and stunning kitchen. Using a very unique and striking red color for the kitchen cabinets that seem to fit perfectly in this home located in Mexico is the first thing you catch onto. Notice the correlation of the blue cabinets on the left, and the yellow wall colors being worked into the custom backsplash to match. A cool little bar sink in the island, beverage drawers and a nice 48" range make us want to take some of these incredible ideas and put them into our own homes!
French Old Country
Check out this amazing kitchen in France! Two tone cabinets, custom hood area, two islands, built ins, and custom appliance cabinets make this an incredible kitchen in all sense. When working for this look be sure to opt for raised panel cabinets with plenty of detail. Look to stay in the creamy, light beige and gray area allowing you to spruce the room up with bright accessories and decor. Some of our favorite aspects of this kitchen are the beautiful columns and deluxe panels. along with the awesome use of glass cabinets.
Here we have a very jealous blog writer! I mean..... here we have an amazing coastal kitchen situated in Puerto Rico. Utilizing every meaning of open space in this design with an awesome island and contrasting counter tops. Here we notice the back splash running up all the way behind the hood which is a look that should be opted for as much as possible. giving a more uniform look. Making good use of the ceiling by using a nice contrast color to match the flooring in adjacent rooms. Imagine coming home to this after a nice long day hanging at the beach!
Showcasing what is currently the most popular style in america. Transitional. This is a look that takes the best of the traditional side of kitchens with a more modern and contemporary feel. Opting for door styles with a flat center panel showing some detailed molding either on the inside or outside of the door frame. Simple crown and base molding give this a nice clean look. Plenty of space above the cabinets make this feel like a huge room that is really only 9 feet! Taking simple things like open shelving and wood tops and putting them into what would otherwise be a strictly conetmporary kitchen give it a more comforting traditional feel.
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