Traditional / Hampton Kitchens
Incorporating old world charm through decorative features such as shaker cabinetry, mouldings, butlers sink, subway tiles and glass front cabinetry.
Traditional / Hamptons
The Hamptons style kitchen has become increasingly popular, particularly for the renovator who is seeking an alternative to the sleek minimalism of contemporary design. The sophisticated charm of this style makes a natural fit for the beachside or family lifestyle which translates into both past and modern architecture of Australian homes. The Hamptons style can also be adjusted to transition into a more contemporary design whilst still retaining original traits.
The Hamptons or traditional style kitchen incorporates old world charm through decorative features as detailed below.
Shaker style cabinetry that has simple lines and an understated elegance and has stood the test of time. This door has a frame and panel profile with a design ethos that focus on practical design, solid traditional lines and detailing.
White is the most popular colour choice due to its light, reflective quality. Feature colours that give a softer feel to the space are baby blues, soft greys and other colours evocative of the sea. Darker hues are becoming increasingly common as a way to create drama and used as accents on islands and other defined areas of cabinetry.
A beautiful stone benchtop suits the Hamptons style kitchen due to its natural, timeless quality with either bold veins or softer, more subtle colour and texture.
The ceramic subway style tile is traditionally the most popular choice of splashback. For the more adventurous, popular choices include the elegant and more intricate herringbone, hexagon or basket weave patterns.
The classic bulter’s or farmhouse sink brings a beautiful and traditional feel into the Hamptons kitchen.
To help inspire you with new and exciting kitchen design ideas, Kitchen Envy have a range of beautiful showroom kitchens, including the ever popular Hamptons stye. Meet with our experienced Design Consultants who will help you decide which style and design is right for you.