Kitchen & Bath

How To Make A Formal Kitchen Look Like A Million Bucks

Formal Kitchens are some of the most stunning kitchen design styles. I love bright designer kitchens, and this one is no exception. The gorgeous maple walnut stained island, covered in a stunning slab of Stattuarrio Marble, adds a sense of formality and class to this space.


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As a Designer, I love the process of solving various challenges and creating a functional and aesthetically pleasing space. No matter what your challenges are, whether it may be budget, architectural restrictions or product availability, kitchens are a place where you can express yourself and raise the value of your home. My best advice is to plan, plan, and plan some more before you begin your project and hire a qualified team to help you execute your investment.

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Your Questions Answered…

What is a formal kitchen?

A formal kitchen has an air of sophistication to it. The design is timeless and ornate with details wherever the eye can see. Oftentimes, you see moldings, glass cabinet doors, coffered ceilings and panel ready appliances in a formal kitchen.

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