Types of Kitchen Designs
With Innovative Construction on your side, you can count on receiving a high-end, fully customized kitchen that will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen. Need a little inspiration? Take a look at some of our most common kitchen designs:
A craftsman-style kitchen combines warm, natural materials — think cherry wood islands and heart-of-pine flooring — with the latest conveniences to create a welcoming feel.
A transitional kitchen should be inviting, open, and functional. These kitchens typically incorporate natural and manufactured materials, including glass, wood, steel, marble, stone, and brick, for a unique look.
European and French Kitchens
A European- or French-style kitchen includes rustic details for a farmhouse chic look. Antique or distressed cabinetry, farm table seating, white subway tiles, high ceilings with exposed beams, and retro-inspired appliances are standard features. Finish off this eclectic look with large pendant lighting and ornate hardware and fixtures.
If your style runs more traditional, we can create a space that exudes your taste perfectly. Combining a neutral design scheme with intriguing embellishments — like wainscoting on the kitchen island — a traditional kitchen is one that won’t ever go out of style. A quartz countertop, simple backsplash, and vintage cabinets can finish off the look.
Clean lines, simple décor, and functional elements are the cornerstones of the modern-style kitchen. Sleek cabinets and countertops, contemporary light fixtures, and bold punches of color here and there bring a modern kitchen to life.
An open layout connects the kitchen to the surrounding living spaces, such as the dining room or family room, creating a cohesive gathering and entertaining space. Open-concept kitchens are most often found in modern or informal homes. Creating this look may require knocking down walls and reconfiguring the floor plan.