5 Traits of a Classic Hamptons Kitchen
1. Use of White
The simplicity and calmness of white gives Hamptons kitchens their relaxed vibe and elegant look. And by starting with a quiet tone, it helps accentuate any feature colours that are added later – from navy splashbacks to patterned stools.
Hamptons kitchens aren’t always white. They can also be neutral or natural tones.
With any Hamptons kitchen design, there needs to be space for its bold architecture. Large cabinets and cupboards take up wall space, surrounding the kitchen, while a kitchen island stands tall in the centre.
3. Shaker Cabinetry
The Hamptons kitchen is a modern version of the classic Shaker style kitchen. So incorporating the Shaker design into Hamptons kitchen cabinets and cupboards is a must. This style typically involves a recessed panel on cabinet walls and doors – creating a graceful frame look.
4. Marble look Benchtop
To achieve the famous classy finish, Hamptons court kitchens have an important feature: a marble look benchtop. This glossy addition is stunning and its sharp look blends in well with the hard edges of Hamptons kitchen cabinets.
5. Contrasting Timber Floors
To get the full effect of a Hamptons kitchen, darker floors are used. This creates a visual contrast that helps put the cabinets and benchtop into focus. While timber is the traditional choice, timber-look vinyl or neutral tiles can also be used.
Enjoy Your Own Opulent Hamptons Style Kitchen
Do you want the Hamptons kitchen look in your home? You’ll need cabinet experts who are experienced in creating the Hamptons style, down to the most intricate details. At A&T Cabinets, we’ve customised Hamptons kitchen cabinets for many Australian homes.
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