24 Head-Turning Traditional Kitchen Ideas (Photo Gallery)

Updated on May 3, 2021

Dramatic colors can do so many wonders in your kitchen interior. Black and bold colors can help draw the eyes upward, giving you the opportunity to make a major impression in a limited space. Light and pastel colors, on the other hand, brings in the airy and spacious feel.

The psychology of using colors may vary depending on who you talk to, so better stick with the basics if you’re not too familiar with it. Through colors, you can create contrast by featuring two opposite hues, or using the colors in the same quadrant of the color wheel can produce a collected and harmonious effect.

Adopting a color scheme in your kitchen can help the space morph and adapt to, however, you want to to use a certain area or section. For example, using a black tile backsplash in an all-white kitchen can help bring in the drama and inject the much-needed glamour. However, it can make you not notice the accumulated dirt gathered over time.

This same goes with a dark colored flooring like black stone tile or deep color stained wood. Never hesitate to ask questions from your friends and salesperson for recommendations and experience. Else, use with caution and proceed at your own risk.

Read on to see how and what color ideas you can implement for a head-turning traditional kitchen interior you have been dreaming about.

Traditional Kitchen Design Ideas

1. I Leg Your Pardon

Emphasizing flair through accent is a great way to design your home. A metallic leg support on the wood top counter extension enriched and weld well with the charcoal gray paint of the kitchen island.

2. Green And Lean

If you can have a traditional kitchen, you might as well bring it up in style. The wooden floorboards and the antique green finish of the island and bar are enough to reach everyone’s fancy.

3. Not So Gray

A sleek, kitchen island can be quite beautiful and for good reasons. It’s a good accompaniment to the gray painted paneled cupboards, steel hardware, and industrial pendant light that magnifies the kitchens modern appeal.

4. Open And Out

The glass windows that extend to the skylight steal the show in this modern kitchen. The stained hardwood floor, trusses, and beams go so well with the open nature.

5. Touch Of Moroccan

One way to emphasize style in any space is to add patterns and motifs like this Moroccan kitchen backsplash in varying shades of beige and white. Throw in a honeycombed flooring and you’re all good.

6. Pendant Swing

Open air interior with tall glass windows let the light comes in and fills the kitchen. Accentuated by the stainless steel hood and gray colored kitchen island, the use of stained hardwood floor in herringbone patterns exudes a contemporary appeal.

7. Turquoise Shell

This modern kitchen interior that features a set of windows fused style to itself by adopting a teal monochromatic color scheme to juxtapose the color of the hardwood floor.

8. Mint Grin

For a busy afternoon spent in the kitchen, a spacious one like this with green colored paneled cabinets will allow you to breeze through your chores. The polished hardwood floors escalate the visual rustic sentiment.

9. Muted Gray

This sensible and dainty kitchen interior boasts a dignified color coordinated gray cabinets with a noticeable absence of wall mounted cupboards. Hardwood floors and whimsical chandler are its perfect and charming companions.

10. Dine And Dash

This mostly wood interior instantly get an instant splash of color, thanks to the yellow upholstered chairs at the dining table. It helped to liven up the space and add a good color and scale contrast against the floating kitchen island.

11. Silver Wear

Managing your silverware doesn’t have to be a challenge. Stick with the basics like a minimal sliding partition, as seen here, to organize and tidy up your drawer.

12. Go Into The Light

To emphasize an already all-white interior, let natural lighting fill the whole kitchen interior. The architectural details and the cabinet paneling draw the eyes from any onlooker.

13. Hole In The Wool

Anyone who loves a quick access to anything understands that it is quite practical and handy at times. A pass-through window in this kitchen not only allows light to come in from the dining area, it also accentuates the contemporary kitchen as the day changes its colors.

14. Crystal Clare

Patterned tile in the backsplash supplements the marbling of the thick stone countertop of the kitchen island. A crystal chandelier adds the finishing touches to the whole kitchen interior.

15. Top To Bottom

Subway tiles used as backsplash created a contrasting texture and finish with the paneled cabinets in an all-white kitchen. The hardwood floor highlights the homey appeal.

16. Border Line

Add a muted color of green like in the backsplash of this kitchen. Noticed the change in the layout at the center of the hood bordered by white tile trimmings. This created an instant visual interest supplemented by the stained hardwood flooring.

17. Rolling In The Dip

A kitchen island with wheels makes an instant in demand working space in any kitchen cooking emergency. Nicely rolls away when cleaning time comes.

18. Wood And Good

The x-back chair with leather seat watches patiently the symphonies of an all-white traditional kitchen.

19. Window Seat

Cook in a stylish kitchen that features a contemporary suspended lighting, wooden hardwood floors, and wide glass windows that lets you dash in ease and breeze.

20. Mt Rush More

Match your stone countertop with the facade of your kitchen hood to create a stylish connection. The antiquated kitchen island accompanied the rush-seat barstools goes well with the hardwood floors and an all-white interior.

21. Diamond In The Rough

There are so many colors and patterns you can use as a kitchen backsplash. Diamond tiles like this one contributes to the modern appeal of the stainless kitchen fixture.

22. Feel With Light

Pull together a look by simply coordinating the finishes used on your kitchen interiors. The wood finishes seen here is boosted by the stone matte flooring and beige wall color.

23. Fine And Dine

For a splash of color and dramatic effect, a dining set in deep brown is introduced in the white and light pewter color scheme of this kitchen. Glass pendant light fixture hangs from the ceiling.

24. Coffered With Style

The kitchen hood doesn’t always have to be the star of your kitchen. Keep it low and plain and instead add an antiquated black finish to your kitchen island. This way, you can accessorize it with slim wrought iron chairs that you are so fond of.

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