Our Favorite Kitchen Trends
incorporate these luxurious must-haves into your next model
At Master Design Cabinetry, we like to think outside the box. We’re not beholden to cookie-cutter design solutions and we’re not afraid to experiment if we know that’s what it will take to fulfill a client’s dream.
We also know that providing a framework to start with can help add direction to a client’s design dream and bring their ideas to life. If you’re not quite sure what you’re looking for, we’ve compiled some popular design styles below to help you better understand and articulate what style you want.
Finding its genesis at the turn of the 20th century, Modern style celebrates natural materials and neutral colors through its use of minimalistic style and subtle design elements. The modern style is elegant without being ornate, and it's a great choice for on-trend homeowners or those who aren’t keen on a highly specific style.
The classic design style is characterized by a plush look with fluid lines and luxurious details and finishes. Timber built-in furniture like kitchen cabinets, mantles, and bookcases that are stained or painted often accompany this style, and it’s a great choice in rooms and spaces used for special occasions.
Tuscany style is highly inspired by elements of nature. While elegant, it seamlessly blends in a rustic aesthetic through its heavy use of crumbling stone walls, wrought iron accessories, and marble. Earning its name by harkening back to the Italian countryside, the Tuscany design style provides a light and refreshing aesthetic perfect for dinner parties and downtime alike.
Traditional design is known for its warm colors and symmetrical lines. Earning its name by being one of the most popular styles used to decorate homes, the traditional style incorporates design elements from a variety of centuries, providing homeowners with a sense of comfort and elegance.
Looking to blend both traditional and contemporary styles into one seamless design? That’s exactly what the transitional style accomplishes. Combined to create a warm yet modern feel, transitional design mixes the sleek simplicity of contemporary with the warm colors and elegant details of traditional for a true one-of-a-kind experience.
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