March 1, 2010
Transitional style is the easiest way to avoid dating your kitchen. Due to its flexibility and diversity, a transitionally styled kitchen can go in many different directions – all of them convincingly while transcending the hands of time. Using straighter lines in the cabinetry and adding the right embellishments accomplishes this. Furthermore, you can delve a little deeper into any one style through:
- Color choices
- Hardware options
- Flooring materials
- Architectural accents
The transitional kitchen has the “chameleon factor” going for it. Whether you’re into slick and modern or embellished traditional, the appeal of the transitional style is that its neutrality works with every taste, every time. Regardless if you love French provincial or are into the arts and crafts movement, transitional design bridges the gap and clearly shows how you can satisfy your personal taste without sacrificing the details of your design.
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The following photo gallery takes you on a journey back in time when traditional style ruled and luxury and elegance reigned supreme. Schrapper’s has a wealth of styles and prominent architectural elements that lend themselves to a crafted kitchen that expresses the very essence of traditional fine cabinetry. Peruse the vast assortment of:
- Ornate corbels
- Fluted columns
- Crown moldings
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Are you the proud owner of an 18th century mahogany dining set that hasn’t yet found suitable surroundings? Fear not! Schrapper’s is known for exquisitely producing historically correct period kitchens that artistically combine the best of the century with the highest quality materials and finishes. Go back in time, style-wise, while enjoying the very best state-of-the-art appliances. These appliances go one step further and offer authentic decorative features – it doesn’t get any better than this!
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The French have certainly influenced how we dine, and now you can dine à la Française in a French country kitchen beautifully designed and crafted by Schrapper’s. Their artisans skillfully walk you through the elements that define French country. You can choose from a gourmet menu of:
- Soft colors
- Door styles
- carved moldings
- Intriguing textures
The finished product will earn you rave reviews and have you entertaining in no time at all. Get ready to hear family and friends say “Magnifique!” many times over.
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In the second half of the 20th century contemporary design emerged, rounding out modern design’s sharper edges and putting a softer light on furnishings and accessories. In a partial throwback to Biedermeier’s use of pale woods, contemporary design began highlighting lighter colored woods such as maple and birch, and implementing semi-gloss and polished finishes.
You don’t need to know the history of contemporary art to enjoy the historically researched and cleverly designed creations that Schrapper’s brings to the table. Rest assured that the craftsmen at Schrapper’s are as meticulous with historical details as they are regarding the function and beauty of the finished kitchen.
Schrapper’s – dedicated to designing your dream.
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