Below are some jaw-dropping traditional kitchens from the John B. Murray Architect. I’ve featured their work before, as I’m a big fan of the mix of modern efficiencies with the character and novelty of more traditional interior design principles.
My kitchen is nowhere near the size of these. In fact, I only have 4 drawers, but it is streamlined and efficient, so until we move or plan a massive remodel, which is NOT in the cards, I’ll be happy with my little kitchen having all cooking utensils such as good quality kitchen knives and simply admire these.
A huge island is a no-brainer when it comes to adding prep space, and the extra storage below can double your storage space. I love the plank ceiling and the matching pendants over the island.
Loving all of the windows here and the rustic wide plank hardwood floors are beautiful.
I guess this kitchen is more modern than traditional, but I thought it was worth sharing. In a narrow space the more light you can get the better. I love the sleek marble slab backsplash.
Love the classic use of subway tile as a backsplash in this elegant modern kitchen.
This kitchen may be large, but the tile backsplash, wood hutch, and country table and chairs keep it cozy.
I don’t know if this is from a kitchen, but this shot was so pretty I thought it worth sharing. The cabinetry and wood paneling is gorgeous!