Like a Classic Style design neoclassic style is mostly formal, predominantly symmetrical and dignified. Shaker cabinetry with knobs and shells, glass doors and thick 40mm stone Marble benchtops are the main features of this kitchens.
Heavy veined marble-look enginereed stone benchtops are very common as well as ornate kitchen vent hoods.
Hampton style is a variation of Classic kitchens which evolved in America and is associated with the American coastal life style. That is why it is so much loved by Western Australians!
If you are thinking of a Hampton style kitchen then you must know that the most recognisable feature of your new kitchen will be Shaker cabinetry, that special one with recessed panel doors with a plain inset, or flat panel doors with lip construction and simple outside edge detail.
The classic colours are usually warm white and off-white but can also be pale blue, pale green (mint or olive) and of course don't ignore denim blues! Natural textures and colours reminding of the sand dunes, blue skies and generous sun is what you need to design a Hampton inspired kitchen to enjoy for a life!
Crown moldings and pillars, handsome rack and shelves, fluted columns and corbets all make the Hampton style kitchens special and really stunning!
You might not know that the term Shaker style is attributed to the craftpeople of Shaker villages in the northeastern states of America. That religious sect vanished a hundred years ago but their design continues to be loved by millions of people around the world!
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