Planning for your kitchen renovations is getting underway and it’s time to make some important decisions. How do you choose between a really contemporary kitchen design and one that’s on the more traditional side? Both looks have a lot to offer, which doesn’t always make it easier to know which way to go.
For starters, consider the era and overall theme of your home. The original architecture and general style of a house can play a strong role in determining structural and design changes being made to its individual rooms. For a home built in the 1920s to 1950s, for example, a more traditional kitchen style may seem the most suitable, with architecture from the 1960s and beyond supporting a more modern take.
That said, however, there are no hard and fast rules; many homeowners have had fantastically futuristic kitchens very successfully incorporated into older, heritage style homes.
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