Traditional kitchens continue to be one of the most popular styles at New Image and it’s easy to see why. Classic kitchens have a warm and nostalgic feel, which suits a variety of property types and creates an inviting setting to spend time socialising with family and friends. This time-honoured design has remained in favour for decades and we believe it will transcend trends for years to come. Book an appointment at our Weymouth showroom and work with our talented designers to bring your dream traditional kitchen to life.
Classic kitchen design
Wood is a key feature of traditional kitchens, particularly if you’re hoping to achieve a modern twist on a country or farmhouse style. The natural textures add warmth and personality, which helps create a rustic and handcrafted look.
Classic kitchens are usually defined by shaker doors and open shelving with intricate panelling. Colour palettes vary, but neutral and earthy tones tend to look best. There are lots of ways to accessorize traditional kitchens with unique features that catch the eye. We love it when clients invest in cornices and ornate detailing that add a wow factor to the room.
Most country kitchens have a ceramic butler or Belfast sink to give an authentic, heritage feel. This can be accentuated further using decorative handles and traditional taps. State of the art appliances can be incorporated to ensure the space is functional and workable. Behind the scenes, traditional kitchens still feature all of the bells and whistles of a high quality kitchen, including innovative storage solutions and excellent craftsmanship.
Socialising and entertainment
The kitchen is the heart of the home and where we spend lots of quality time together. Traditional kitchens are designed around this ethos, so we try to create comfortable and cosy areas for socialising, entertaining and dining, if space allows. Classic kitchens are homely and have a lived-in look and feel. They’re the perfect choice for a cottage, converted barn or period property.