Subway tile is a classic, beautiful backsplash style that will tie together any kitchen design.

Timeless Kitchen Design Elements

When it comes to kitchen design, homeowners rely on their personal styles to tailor their renovation according to their individual tastes. Turning to a more classic look can be the perfect balance of creating a timeless look with a personal flair. Granite Transformations offers a variety of options to custom design the perfect classic kitchen that will never go out of style.

1. Cabinetry: White or cream-colored cabinets define a timeless, classic kitchen style that will match nearly any countertop or backsplash.

White or cream-colored kitchen cabinets never go out of style.

2. Clean Architectural Details: Simple, classic details (like islands with legs, furniture-style toe kicks and crown molding) enhance a classic kitchen style and bring elegance to the décor.

Classic architectural details like crown molding will bring elegance and add value to your kitchen

3. Black Countertops: When it comes to classic color combinations, most would agree that two contrasting colors (e.g., white and black) is the way to go. Black recycled glass, quartz or granite countertops are excellent options if you are considering a classic black and white kitchen.

Contrasting black countertops with white cabinets are complementary in kitchen design.

4. Subway Tile: Clean and classic, light colored subway tile is typically 3″x6″ but can be found today in more modern sizes, including 2″x6″, 2″x8″ or 2″x4″. Changing the proportions can instantly add a new look and dimension to your kitchen. Subway tiles are available in a variety of finishes and can be beveled, square-edged, or even handmade to fit your space. Granite Transformations offers a variety of beautiful Subway Glass Mosaic Tile colors to choose from.

Subway tile is a classic, beautiful backsplash style that will tie together any kitchen design.

5. Door Styles: Keeping cabinet door styles simple and not too modern is another element of a classic kitchen design. Shaker doors with bead molding are perfect examples of this classic style.

Maintain a timeless, classic kitchen with classic cabinet door styles.

6. Neutral Color Palettes: Mixing neutral colors with white is a safe bet when you want a classic look with just a splash of color or character. Some homeowners choose a brown and white combination (like walnut cabinets with white granite or recycled glass countertops, or white cabinets with gray countertops).

Kitchens look better with neutral color palettes such as grays, whites and beige.

7. Adaptability: One of the main advantages of a classic kitchen is that you can completely change the look with just a few additions. Mixing in modern lighting fixtures or bar stools, for example, can easily bring a new feel to your kitchen – without taking away its classic look.

Accessorize a classic kitchen lighting fixtures or bar stools to create a new look.

Granite Transformations offers complimentary in-home design consultations with professional design specialists. Whether you’re considering a complete kitchen renovation or just a quick facelift, Granite Transformations can help make the process easy and stress-free. Please feel free to your comments about this post or if you have other ideas about a timeless kitchen and would like to share with us and our readers.

6 replies
  1. Jason A.Robinson
    Jason A.Robinson says:

    The pics are just awesome and I am sure anyone would love to design a kitchen like the above pics. The black countertop looks superb and to tell you the fact it’s difficult to choose . There are a few things to be kept in mind before designing a kitchen like your budget, needs and layout, flooring, workspace, cabinets and storage, appliances and gadgets etc. With all this in mind consult a good kitchen designer on a good design that suits your taste, budget and space.

  2. Delores Lyon
    Delores Lyon says:

    Thanks for sharing all of this advice on timeless kitchen designs. I am actually thinking of renovating my kitchen completely, but I definitely don’t want to end up creating a look that won’t last that long. If I am going to add new cabinets or change the kitchen layout, I want to be sure that it will increase my home’s value for a long time. Adding neutral tones and sleek design would definitely be a great start to renovating, though. I don’t think it would be too hard to have the cabinets painted or replaced!

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