This traditional kitchen combines comfort and style to create a space for the whole family. A small breakfast nook with fabric-covered chairs features a warm metallic pendant light above the round wooden table and bench. Ornate chandeliers light up the blue kitchen island with marble countertop and place settings for three guests.
Spring greens and crisp while millwork turn this sunny kitchen into a happy space for cooking, dining and simply enjoying life. French doors, transom windows and skylights bring in loads of natural light. Meanwhile, contemporary light fixtures add a splash of modern style to the room's traditional farmhouse feel.
Traditional white cabinets pair with cool gray countertops for a classic, family-friendly kitchen. Hardwood floors ground the space, which uses simple, clean lines for a casual and welcoming design. Rattan barstools pull up to a center island for dining.
Traditional White Kitchen with Stainless Steel Range Hood
This neutral kitchen was designed with crisp white cabinetry, modern gray concrete countertops, stainless appliances and hardwood flooring. A stainless steel range hood anchors the room, which opens onto a seating area complete with built-in bench and a custom built-in sage hutch.
Traditional Eat-In Kitchen Features Two-Tier Island
A two-tier island with granite countertops and a farmhouse sink provides ample prep space in this traditional kitchen. Three pendant lights hang above the island, coordinating with the larger pendant hanging above the dining area.
This traditional kitchen showcases white cabinets, neutral floor tile and stainless steel appliances, with an infusion of color from blue pendant lights, paint trim and a pop of red from a fruit arrangement.
Mixing different materials in a backsplash creates a one-of-a-kind design. Designer Helen Richardson used light green tumble marble for the majority of the backsplash and added diamond-shaped stainless steel accent tiles to give it an unexpected shine.
Traditional Eat-In Kitchen With Brown Wood Barstools
With a large island, barstools and a breakfast nook, this kitchen was created with casual dining in mind. Soft green walls and creamy cabinets create a soothing atmosphere, and hardwood floors add a dose of warmth.
A trio of skylights bathes this traditional, farmhouse-style kitchen in natural light, while four pendant lights offer plenty of task lighting for the island breakfast bar. White cabinetry hides appliances and extends to the ceiling for extra storage, while a soft spring green on the island adds an unexpected punch of color.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down the low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new copper light fixtures add texture to the design.