Distinct interior design styles have developed over time, each featuring discernible furniture, decor, lighting, and accessory choices. These elements create a recognizable look and feel for each style, providing great starting points for homeowners looking for a design that matches their own aesthetics.
When it comes to home remodeling, no rooms showcase distinct design styles as clearly as your kitchen and bathroom. It’s important that these rooms showcase your taste while also maximizing functionality. That’s why the designers at The Kitchen Master will work with you to deliver designs to fit your lifestyle.
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Inspired by the modern art movement, early 20th-century modern design is marked by rectangular exteriors, flat or slanted rooflines, and an abundance of straight lines.
Interiors carefully blend form and function with geometrical aesthetics. The modern style’s overall emphasis is on visual and practical simplicity.
Following World War II, midcentury modern style’s unencumbered and open interiors and its integrations of nature and the outdoors gained popularity.
Design elements like crisp lines and organic forms balance to create a streamlined environment brightened with distinct and vivid colors like orange, yellow, green, and brown.
Free of clutter, minimalist interiors are streamlined and void of excessive detailing, bright colors, or other elements that distract from the space itself.
This design style was influenced by traditional Japanese design and Zen philosophy. Hallmarks of this style include disguised storage, an abundance of natural light, and the repetition of lines.
Recognized by distinct silhouettes and elaborate designs, the traditional style features aspects 18th century English and colonial design.
Think winged backed chairs, claw-footed tubs and tables, intricately carved furniture, and architectural embellishments. Walls are pale and simple to allow dark, lacquered wood furniture and rich colored textiles to take center stage.
Transitional-style homes feature fewer pieces of larger, more robust furniture and blend the comfort of classic style with minimalist trends of contemporary modern style.
There’s a focus on curved and clean lines without excessive embellishment, resulting in elegant simplicity. A neutral or monochromatic color palette with pops of color is commonly used for details or accents.
We know there are many options for kitchen and bath designers in the Chicago suburbs. That’s why we pride ourselves on going above and beyond to earn and keep your business.
When you choose The Kitchen Master for your home remodel, you can count on our team to listen to you, guide you through our streamlined remodeling process, and deliver what we promise. We also offer a five-year warranty, so you can have peace of mind even after the project is complete.
Your vision is our inspiration. Our award-winning team is one you can trust. That’s why we’ve earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
Take the first step toward creating your dream home by calling us at 630-369-0500 or contacting us online to get started.
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