White Transitional Kitchen in a Tudor Home

Transitional style is growing in popularity; it’s a marriage of contemporary and traditional decorating. Today’s beautiful, white transitional kitchen shows why the style has become so appealing.

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Traditional subway tile and white cabinetry in the kitchen are paired with more modern, gold hardware like drawer pulls and a pot filler above the stove. 

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A trio of windows, a farm sink, and open shelving are typically found in farmhouse kitchens. Add contemporary white marble counter tops and gold light sconces and you’ve now got a white transitional kitchen.

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Arched windows in the breakfast nook area give a nod to the old world Tudor-style architecture of this delightful home. Classic cane bentwood chairs cozy up to a round, modern dining table.

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Sleek wood flooring and modern bar stools at the island add a bit of warmth to the space. A contemporary striped rug runner leads to the back door where plenty of natural light flows in through the mullioned glass.

If you can’t make up your mind whether to go with a contemporary or traditional kitchen, then choose a transitional style which gives you the best of both worlds.

Photo by Casework

You can see more of today’s white transitional kitchen by Casework over at Houzz.


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