Patricia Caulfield custom-designed the turned-wood leg of the center island specifically for this traditional kitchen. The soft gray of the base picks up the veining in the marble countertop. Photography by Alan Gilbert
Elegance on Display
Stepped crown moldings and classic marble are among the timeless characteristics in this space. Glass-front cabinets allow the homeowner to display traditional china and crystal. Design by Karen Williams of St. Charles Kitchens; photography by Keith Scott Morton
Designer Mark Haddad used freestanding furniture — including this hutch, painted Benjamin Moore's Louisberg Green — for an elegant, English-style kitchen. The drawer pulls and glass-front cabinetry add to the traditional appeal. Photography by Joseph St. Pierre
Punch of Color
There's plenty of room for color in a traditional kitchen. This British-inspired design includes a color scheme of royal blue, black and white. Design by Michael Howells; photography by Anna M. Campbell
Designer Jeffrey Krieger uses traditional cabinetry, upholstered dining chairs and a fireplace to create a classic look. Valances at the window add softness without fussiness. Photography by TK
Oak cabinets with sculptural metal hardware are quintessential Mission style. Designer Angela Bonfante kept the look clean, simple and traditional in this efficient space.