Traditional Kitchen Designs often feature “panelled doors”, and include Open Shelving and Glass Display Cabinets.
Panelled Doors generally come in one of two formats …
- Shaker Doors (Flat Centre Panels)
- Raised And Fielded Centre Panel Doors
Another feature of traditional designs is the use of more “free-standing” appliances (such as Range Cookers and AGA’s)
Generally, the more modern kitchen designs are the ones that utilise sleek built-in appliances.
Here you will find examples of traditional kitchen designs.
These are all projects I have completed for my clients in England …
This kitchen design (a painted shaker style door) features a Quartz Worktop and has a good-sized Kitchen Island with social seating.
More and more clients are asking me to design their kitchens using “In-Frame” cabinets.
In-Frame cabinets are how all kitchens were made – before the influx of “Lay On Door” cabinets. (Lay On Door cabinets are what most people think of as a normal fitted kitchen.)
The fact that In-Frame Cabinets were the original construction method leads people to use them in a more traditional setting.
This is another traditional kitchen design featuring a painted Shaker Kitchen.
This design includes two different worktops (Oak on the Island, Quartz elsewhere).
Here we have a traditional kitchen design featuring an In-Frame Painted Shaker Door (with “beading”).
This design contains …
- 1100mm Traditional Dual Fuel Range Cooker
- Free-standing Smeg Retro Fridge Freezer
- Large Butler Sink
- Glass Display Wall Cabinet, Open Shelves, and Base Pilasters
- Worktop Pantry
- Quartz Worktop with Upstands and matching Window Cill
- Glass Splashback behind Range Cooker