In our previous installment, we showed a number of ideas for Two-Toned Kitchens from our friends at Medallion Cabinetry. Medallion has created a high-quality and budget-friendly line called Silverline, which can be used by itself or mixed and matched with components from other Medallion lines.
We’ve written a number of blogs about, or mentioning, Transitional Kitchens. Such as, What is a Transitional Kitchen, Form Follows Function, What’s Your Kitchen Style? What we haven’t done (yet) is to consider discussing Transitional Bathrooms. We think that makes sense, especially within the context of a whole-home design that includes a Transitional Kitchen.
Back in the 70’s, when we were taking architecture courses, we came across Louis Sullivan’s phrase, “Form follows function”. Since we’ve always admired alliteration, that maxim has stuck in our minds, especially after reading a blog from one of our friends at Medallion Cabinetry, Gail Schwartz.
In our opinion, one of the best blogs for sparking kitchen creativity is Sips & Tips written by Suzanne Derusha – Medallion Cabinetry’s Design & Trends Expert. In her Happy New Year blog she writes about design trends for 2019, one of which is Two-Toned Kitchens.
Transitional kitchens have been increasing in popularity, as mentioned in our 2019 Kitchen Trends blog. A question you may have is, “What the heck is a Transitional Kitchen?” We’ll show some examples from our friends at Medallion Cabinetry along with our opinion of what makes the design a Transitional Kitchen.