Or a Little bit Rock n’ roll?
Whether you are a lover of rustic with a contemporary twist or pure country chic, classic kitchens are a versatile and timeless design.
There is something about a traditional kitchen that many of is just cant resist. Maybe it’s the cosy, inviting look or the reassuringly familiar flourishes but whatever the reasons the style continues to appeal. However, with so many variations available, you can now choose from a range of cabinetry with classic influences. If you like a more modern look, eschew the cornicing pilasters and tongue-and-groove in favour of pairing simple cabinetry with chrome, Corian or stainless steel. Finish with sleek built-in or integrated appliances.
For a country feel, opt for raised and fielded panel doors in either rustic wood or creamy painted finishes with pull-out baskets, open shelving and contrasting cup handles or knobs. Then add colour with a range cooker or some pretty accessories.
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Style Shown below: Broadoak in Ivory
About Beautiful Kitchens Magazine
Launched in 1999 (originally as 25 Beautiful Kitchens), this glossy magazine is dedicated to providing inspiration, ideas, planning and design information and appliance choices to anyone looking to create a fabulous new kitchen. Packed with real-life case studies, the magazine looks at every aspect of the kitchen planning process – from how to choose the style for you, whether it’s chic contemporary or cosy country – to finding the designer to make your dreams a reality.
About Broadoak Ivory
Broadoak Ivory is available from a selected number of UK suppliers who are distributing the SN Collection. In the NW, and covering Kitchens in Warrington, Kitchens Manchester and Kitchens Chester is Ultimate Kitchens