Popular Interior Design Styles for the Connecticut Kitchen

How many times have you entertained guests in your home and asked the question "Why are we always congregated in the kitchen?" Time and time again, we end up gathering in the kitchen. So why not design your dream kitchen to accommodate these special times with friends and family?

Today we will show you a few popular interior design styles for the kitchen. When you pick a kitchen design suitable for your home's style, then your cooking and kitchen space will never go out of style. Here are just a few of the kitchen styles that are currently popular in the United States right now.

Early American- Thinking back to those early kitchens we envision a simple, yet functional style. Picture a large brick fireplace and dishes stored in an open hutch. What does that style translate to in a modern kitchen design? Think Shaker inspired cabinets with a coat of milk paint and reclaimed wood or brick flooring. To really capture the era you could add a brick oven or fireplace. 

Victorian Farmhouse- Have a design expert advise on how to create a Victorian inspired kitchen with all of the modern conveniences you require. Your Victorian kitchen might feature a large porcelain sink, and a mix of open and glass-front cabinets. Don't forget to add a decorative pull on your drawers and cabinets, as well.

Mid 20th-Century Modern- By the end of WWII, kitchens became all about function. Wood cabinets were replaced with metal.  Formica became the pick for counter tops and vinyl flooring was the rage in floors. To recreate this look today, think about adding pine floors and a subway tile back splash.

Regardless of whether your style leans toward Ultra-Modern or or Early American, let the experts at Country Club Homes in Wilton, CT help you design the perfect kitchen to fit your home and lifestyle. You may contact us via our website at www.countryclubhomesinc.com or by telephone to 203-762-0550, to discuss your plans.

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