A transitional kitchen is defined by the balance between traditional elements that provide style and comfort, and the functionality of contemporary cutting-edge appliances.
By boldly breaking away from design style rules and blending them unexpectedly, the transitional style turns a space into a cozy and practical realm.
A transitional style does not only apply to the choice of fixtures, appliances and décor elements. The layout is also distinctively planned to leave it open so spaces blend easily, from a kitchen that opens up to a dining area or perhaps a dining area that flows into a living room.
The bold choice of faucet and front apron sink in Copper is the inspiration for the leather stools that match perfectly. The island’s countertop, range hood, appliances and lightning system all match perfectly in the unexpected stainless steel finish; not only mixing metals but also contrasting the warmth of copper with the contemporary elegance of steel.
The open layout makes all elements fall into place on its own. Keeping the cabinets in traditional white makes it so everything has the perfect background to shine.