Transitional Kitchens

Transitional kitchen design opens up the opportunity of combining both timelessness in design with personal influence. We seamlessly blend traditional warmth with contemporary sleekness, ensuring a cohesive space that exceeds expectations. Our customization skills, spatial planning expertise, and trend awareness guarantee a timeless yet on-trend kitchen that reflects your personality and lifestyle, all while providing the best value through access to multiple suppliers and optimized mix of finishes.

Trenton Grande

Newport Grande


Allure / Luna / Kona

Allure / Luna / Dove

V10-Versailles White














Slim Shaker ¼”

Slim Shaker ½”

Slim Shaker ¾”

What defines a Transitional Kitchen Design?

A transitional kitchen design melds the warm, welcoming feel of traditional styles with the sleek, minimalist elements of contemporary design, creating a timeless, balanced space that caters to a broad range of tastes. This design approach is characterized by its versatility and ability to blend the best of both worlds, offering a personalized space that can adapt to changing trends and personal preferences. Here are key elements that define a transitional kitchen design:

  • Simplified Cabinetry: Transitional kitchens often feature cabinetry with clean lines and a simple, streamlined design. While ornate details typical of traditional design might be minimized, the cabinets retain a touch of warmth and comfort, often achieved through the use of wood or wood-like finishes.
  • Neutral Color Palette: A hallmark of transitional design is the use of neutral colors, which create a calm, cohesive look. Shades of white, gray, beige, and taupe are common. These colors serve as a backdrop that allows for flexibility in decor, allowing accents to be changed easily without clashing with the overall design.
  • Blend of Materials: Transitional kitchens are known for their mix of materials, bringing together elements like natural stone (e.g., marble, granite), wood, stainless steel, and glass. This mix maintains the balance between warm traditional aesthetics and cool contemporary lines.
  • Functional and Minimalist Layout: The layout in a transitional kitchen focuses on functionality and simplicity, with an efficient work triangle and an open, airy feel. Storage solutions are modern and often hidden to reduce clutter, supporting a clean and streamlined look.
  • Subtle Decorative Elements: Unlike the more embellished details found in traditional designs or the stark minimalism of modern designs, transitional kitchens strike a balance with subtle decorative elements. This might include simple crown molding, understated hardware finishes, or a classic tile backsplash laid in a straightforward pattern.
  • Lighting as a Focal Point: Transitional design often features statement lighting that serves as a focal point without overwhelming the space. This could be a set of elegant pendant lights over the island or understated under-cabinet lighting that adds warmth to the kitchen.
  • Comfortable and Inviting Atmosphere: Despite its stylish appearance, a transitional kitchen prioritizes comfort and livability, aiming to create an inviting space where people want to gather. This might be achieved through the addition of a functional kitchen island with seating or a cozy breakfast nook.
  • Flexibility for Personalization: One of the defining characteristics of transitional design is its flexibility, allowing homeowners to inject their personality into the space through artwork, accessories, or a pop of color on an accent wall or in soft furnishings.Transitional kitchen design is ideal for those seeking a balanced and adaptable space that reflects their personal style while remaining functional and timeless. It offers the perfect compromise for households with varied tastes, ensuring the kitchen is not only a hub of activity but also a reflection of the people who use it.