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  • Kitchen Design & Styles


    These kitchens have a warmer feel and offer a cozy environment with great functionality. Their cabinets have open and clear glass shelving. Combine with classic wood flooring, large tables, and large, wide sinks. Wood either painted, or stained finish is used.


    The look has a worn (distressed) appearance in combination with vintage handles and maybe appliances. Old reclaimed materials are often used and wood is stained and lacquered as the primary finishing.


    Clean simple look with horizontal lines and frameless cabinets is the primary image. These kitchens are very sleek and one can have fun with a variety of colours. High gloss is often preferred in acrylic, glass, and plastic finish materials.


    These kitchens are often made of various types of woods that have a raised panel appearance drawers/doors, although MDF raised panel painted design can achieve the desired look. Arches and crown moldings with small simple handles are used to complete the look.


    These are currently the most popular kitchen style. The transitional kitchen combines traditional design with a simpler, clean lines of the contemporary style. These kitchens have a timeless appearance that will stand the test of time for trend changes. MDF painted doors/drawers are primary used, most popular white in colour, but using wood frames combined with veneers is popular as well. Most often these kitchens are referred to as shaker style.


    Rich woods with clean lines and use of clear framed glass doors. Small discreet handles and wood flooring are used to complete the look. These kitchens are stained from medium to dark colours.