Kitchen style serials:traditional kitchen

Traditional goods alway is wonderful and fashion.So is the kitchen decoration.

Traditional kitchens have formal, elegant looking characteristics of American or European homes of 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Expect to see crown and rope moulding, fluting corbels and other ornamentation and trim, cabinets with cherry, walnut and mahogany, raised panel cabinet door styles, antique fixtures and appliances, or wood, stone or other natural materials.

Victorian is a traditional kitchen with cathedral arch doors and raised panels, accented by ornate mouldings and trims. Dark and heavy woods feature on the cabinets.

Italianate is much like Victorian style, the former relying on elegant cabinetry details, especially on the mouldings and trims. It is generally painted cream with intricate raised paneling, and have onlays, rope moulding and custom carved reliefs.

Georgian works in cherry, walnut and mahogany for the cabinets. Square panel raised doors are typical, heavy crown moulding and stacked cabinetry that reach the ceiling are not uncommon. Black accents like a painted black island are also common.

Other traditional styles are Edwardian, Colonial, Farmhouse, Plantation, Regency, Cottage, Cape Cod, Estate, Bungalow, Federal, Queen Anne, Neoclassical, Early American, Manor, and Shaker.

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