20 inspiring traditional kitchen that will take you back to the beauty and elegance of the latest decades. We tried to find exquisite designs with a well defined personality. Most of them have wooden finishes, but there are also a few with a color theme. Classic furniture is present in each and everyone of the interiors below, creating a charming and warm atmosphere.
Uncommonly Pretty Kitchen
The kitchen is the heart of your home. Whether your style is sophisticated or rustic—or your color preference is for earthy neutrals, cheery brights, or gleaming white—you’ll find not only loads of inspiration but also practical ideas here from some of our favorite kitchens.
Dramatic hanging lights illuminate the kitchen island with its pretty chairs. A heavy-gauge raffia on the walls adds textural interest. Accents in royal blue add color and pattern.
A warm copper hood and captain’s chairs add timeless style to this kitchen, contrasting nicely with the ivory and bisque cabinets and island.
In the kitchen of this Chicago penthouse, the breakfast area is subtle and muted, letting the city view command attention. The handsome bar is crafted from ebony walnut.
Kitchen With A Confident Air
This kitchen has a self-assured look. A stainless steel pharmacist’s cabinet fashioned into an island is topped with honed blue limestone. Cabinets and trim painted a deep charcoal contrast with the marble countertops and backsplash.
Everything about this kitchen says welcome, from the shelves for cookbooks.
It’s all in the details for this kitchen, highlighted with a beautiful lamps, handsome handles on the stove and an island topped with marble.
In this glamorous kitchen, the double refrigerator with bottom freezers has mirror-and-wood panel fronts for furniture styling. Windows on each side of the range and transoms above the hood invite sunlight.
Folk Art Style
Because folk art finds peek from the corners of this crisp white kitchen in a summer home on Nantucket. Glass shelving on the bottom of the island and the light fixtures reminiscent of ship lights add vintage charm.
Because a barrel-arched glass ceiling enclosed in a finished attic space gives this kitchen its heavenly look.
A Few of Our Favorite Things
Because burnished copper brightened with shimmering surfaces allows the owners of this kitchen to entertain large groups, accommodate caterers, and have a place for the family to gather comfortably.
Because from porch posts to iron brackets, salvaged and reused materials give this kitchen personality plus. Vintage church light fixtures and hand-forged iron straps were combined to make a distinctive and functional pot rack and light source.
A Table That Can Sit a Crowd
Because of the beautiful antique breakfront that the floor plan and kitchen cabinets were designed around. You can never go wrong decorating with what you love!
It is topped with a thick slab top of Arctic Cream granite, finished with rolled edges. Two oak corbels with burl inlays support each of the four corners. Notice the mix of painted and natural finishes.
Wonderfully Warm Kitchen
This handsome kitchen opens to a great room and an adjoining breakfast room. The French country architecture of the house plus the size and scale of the rooms dictated color choices of orange-reds, golds, and muddied greens to add warmth and comfort.
The kitchen of this five cat and one Great Dane has vinyl on the stools and stone rather than wood on the floor. The pendant lights and ceiling heights reflect the style of the 1920s Georgian-style home in which this kitchen is a natural gathering spot.
That ceiling-high backsplash of classic white subway tiles and silver nickel countertops make the whole room feel like an old Parisian kitchen.
Weathered nickel hardware and champagne-silver painted accents on the cabinets give the room a touch of glitz. Other details are simple. Slabs of richly veined Calcutta marble cover the backsplashes, the 12-foot-long island, and the perimeter countertops.
the vaulted ceiling and gargantuan chimney hood take our breath away. Plus, the maple cabinets, concrete countertops, and stainless-steel appliances command attention without detracting from the lush landscape outside the wall of windows.
glossy lava-stone countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and stained walnut cabinetry create a rich interplay of textures. We love looking up at the plaster-relief medallions and deep crown moldings that add detail to the ceiling.