Was the kitchen an important room during your childhood? Is it where your family spends most of the day when at home?
Do you enjoy traditional values, festivities and family gatherings? Then a traditional style kitchen is what you need. Traditional does not mean old-fashioned. It is timeless and it is wholesome and solid, just like you.
There will be a lot of differences between your traditional style kitchen and the traditional kitchen your mother had. Yours will be more functional, and it
will be planned according to your cooking habits and how you like to entertain. The kitchen cabinets will be built around the flow of work when preparing and cooking meals. When you enter the kitchen you should arrive at the place where your store food, and then the progression would be where you prep it, where you cook it and finally where you serve the meal. Of course clean up and trash disposal
is also important and is the last step in the preparation of meals. Keep that in mind when you decide where to place the cabinets, sink, refrigerator, oven and other appliances.
In a traditional kitchen, the sink may be under the window, and the dining area may or may not open into the rest of the house. You can choose different floor plans for your traditional kitchen, and the cabinets can be custom-made
to your needs.