4,161 Transitional Kitchen Design Ideas
Tarra Vizenor Interior Design
Candace Rock Photo
INTEGRATA architecture + construction
Antique light fixtures mixed with modern pendants. Photo by © John Moore ARCPHOTO
A refreshed galley kitchen layout from the 90s featured new cabinets, glass tiel backsplash, recessed ceiling can lights, and stainless steel electrical outlets and faceplates—complete with integrated USB ports. Breakfast island features built-in wine cubbies. Before photo shows the previous peninsula desk—now a standard cabinet design.
In this kitchen, Waypoint Living Spaces Maple Spice 650F cabinets with flat black hardware pulls were installed. The countertop is Wilsonart Xcaret 3cm Quartz with double roundover edge and 4” backsplash at the mail center cabinets. The backsplash is Jeffrey Court Slate fire and ice brick Mosaic. A Moen Align Spring single handle pull down spring faucet in Spot Resist Stainless and 18” brushed nickel towel bars and Ledge stainless steel sink with bottom sink grid, roll out grid, and bamboo cutting board. The flooring is a mixture of Permastone 16”x16” Indian Slate, Canyon and Verde flooring.
By Design Interiors, Inc.
Erika Barczak, By Design Interiors Inc. Photo Credit: Daniel Angulo www.danielangulo.com Builder: Wamhoff Design Build www.wamhoffdesignbuild.com After knocking down walls to open up the space and adding skylights, a bright, airy kitchen with abundant natural light was created. The lighting, counter stools and soapstone countertops give the room an urban chic, semi-industrial feel but the warmth of the wooden beams and the wood flooring make sure that the space is not cold. A secondary, smaller island was put on wheels in order to have a movable and highly functional prep space.
Legacy Renovations LLC
Barbara Brown Photography
Stockdale Kitchen and Bath
Rick Sorci CKD
NEXT Project Studio
NEXT Project Studio Jerry Voloski
Living Spaces by Lyn
Updated farmhouse kitchen, staged with contemporary furniture and artwork to contrast with a brick fireplace and rural setting.
BlueStone Construction, LLC
This mountain transitional home is warm and inviting from the moment you step through the front door. The owners, from Kansas City, built the home for relaxed living and comfortable entertaining. The home has some of the best views in Champion Hills. An open concept floor plan, along with office spaces for both owners creates the perfect living environment. A gourmet kitchen, complete with Sub Zero appliances allows for some great meals to be made and shared. Photo by David Dietrich.
Cutting Edge Construction & Woodworks, Inc.
An efficient layout with corner lazy susan, pullout trash/recycling, a tip-out sink false front, and lots of drawers make this medium sized kitchen a real work space. Photos by Scot Trueblood