Traditional components: curvy marble-topped wood-carved island like this would traditionally be a show-stopper in the parlor or formal living room. Or, at least, a smaller version of it would be. Here, under a chunky decorative chandelier, it’s a major player in this kitchen’s traditional sensibilities.
is a simple, user-friendly design with an peninsula and lots of built-in storage. Its practical but stylish and bold character is complemented by the glossy or satin lacquer finishes. The open units offer flexible storage and the design can come with or without open shelves.
Traditional components: Faux vines adorning the top of the upper cabinetry, as well as a traditionally silhouetted double-pendant chandelier over the island bring in a bit of the old-time feel. Contemporary components: Integration of a workspace into the kitchen itself, complete with desk and upholstered slipper chair, as well as the overall complexity of the materials used throughout this kitchen are reminiscent of modern living.
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