Traditional Kitchens

My sincerest apologies for my lackadaisical blogging, but I believe I’m back for good this time.

Below are several pictures that I gathered from TraditionalHome.com, so I assume they represent “traditional” style kitchens.  Though there are a plethora of pictures that are stunning, but these pictures are of particular interest.


– dark, hardwood floors

– dark wood cabinents

– artificially antiquated finish of the island (reminiscent of French Country style kitchen in my previous post)


– too small/insubstantial

– splashes of blue


– flagstone floor

– open beam ceiling

– more “substantial” than the picture above


– informal “islands”

– lack of color


– Style of cabinents

– Kitchen doors matching cabinents

– Dark woods


– Tile floor

– Lack of color

– Chandelier

– In general, too “formal”


1 Response to “Traditional Kitchens”

  1. 1 Mom
    June 27, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    Glad you’re ‘back in the saddle’ again! Beautiful pictures, and very helpful like/dislike lists. This exercise is really going to help you define your unique sense of style. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

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