Forever retaining popularity, the traditional style kitchen covers a wide array of looks. Often termed “country” or “farmhouse” kitchens, this kitchen style encompasses those which are grandiose and stately, as well as warm and cosy.
The term ‘traditional’ includes many different designs, however the most sought-after style continues to be the shaker door. The doors can be left with a natural timber finish, hand painted with our large selection of paint from Farrow & Ball or Little Greene Co, or a mixture of wood and paint.
The detail of a traditional kitchen often dictates the overall style, for example tongue and grooved end panels and exposed hinges will offer a more ‘country’ style, whereas plain panels and bar handles will provide a more contemporary edge to traditional cabinetry.
Seymour Kitchens have an adjoining workshop and craftsmen who can create a kitchen from scratch, this means we can produce truly bespoke furniture, and this was how the company made their name. Bespoke kitchens are designed and built in-house, with only the fixtures and fittings being brought in. A bespoke kitchen is most often used in older houses which give more restricted spaces, meaning that only particular size doors and carcases can be used. However, a traditional kitchen does not need to be bespoke, and we offer many options for traditional kitchen styles.
Here at Seymour Kitchens, we’re both bespoke and fitted kitchen specialists. If you have a particular design in mind which does not feature on our website, our skilled craftsmen should be able to accommodate your custom-made kitchen in our workshop.