If you’re wanting to push renovation boundaries and create a look that is unique to you, then choosing a transitional kitchen design is the way to go. This is a kitchen style were there are no rules, and with the help of a kitchen remodeling specialist, installing a transitional kitchen design will be easy.
Transitional kitchen design works so well because it’s a blend of classical styles and contemporary. This kitchen style is great if you’re looking to create a look all your own or if your sharing a space and want more than one style represented. Whether you’re just starting out or a new couple that wants to feel the space is shared, talk to your remodeling specialist about using a transitional kitchen style.
How to Get the Look
If your kitchen cabinetry is already traditional, or classical, leave it alone and focus on where you can add pops of contemporary accents.
A Different Use of Space
Another type of transitional kitchen space is to change the way the room transitions to the adjoining room or space. A cabinetry specialist can show you how to transition your kitchen space into your dining space or into your patio space in a way that looks seamless.
When the transitional style is more about flow than a blend of styles, keep in mind that the focal point is usually a kitchen island. There are different cabinetry options available for kitchen islands that can change how the kitchen flows in to other spaces.
The wonderful thing about a transitional kitchen style is there is no right or wrong way to pull it off. Yes, you need to be aware of creating clashes and the flow and size of the kitchen but that is where consulting with a cabinetry professional is better than trying to do it yourself.