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Transitional Kitchens: Design Elements & Ideas

By Tiffany Adams


Part contemporary, part traditional, transitional kitchens have a personality all their own. Thanks to their flexible design schemes, they can bend the rules to incorporate beloved, timeless pieces and ideas alongside contemporary finds. What's more, they value functionality and responsibility in their design. Read on for more elements that make transitional kitchens a popular choice.

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Kitchen by Jessica Helgerson

Responsibly Attractive

Making good or creative use of materials and incorporating local finds plays a role in many transitional kitchens and allows for additional freedom in the design. A local artisan crafted this space's dining table from reclaimed wood and salvaged, cast-iron table bases. The handcrafted piece is a responsible approach to furnishings and pairs beautifully with the mix of dining chairs scattered around its edge. A simple color scheme of gray, white, black, and wood tones reflects the practical style of the space. 

by Jessica Helgerson

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