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The Latest Transitional Kitchen Styles

The latest kitchen styles and trends.

What will be “in”, and what will be “out” in kitchen style and design this year? The answer is that style is moving away from traditional towards a blend of traditional and contemporary, called transitional.

Retaining the elegance everyone loves, the transitional style “… has lines that are simpler than traditional but more elaborate than contemporary, creating a modern classic look,” according to Appliance Magazine.com.


NKBA Design Trends Survey listed the most popular kitchen style trends as follows:

1. Transitional
2. Traditional
3. Contemporary
4. Shaker Style
5. Arts and Crafts
6. Cottage Style

Maronda Homes offer spacious, well appointed kitchen styling that moves through the popular styles from traditional to contemporary. Providing many features today’s families are looking for, the Maronda kitchen is functional, yet well-designed — exhibiting many years of research and development culminating in a space that looks beautiful and works well!

Many Maronda kitchens feature 42” ceiling height cabinetry, walk-in pantries, and large serving islands with comfortable seating. Built-in microwaves and state-of-the-art appliances surround the carefully planned work triangle.

For more information about all of the interior and exterior details, styles, features and floor plans for new Maronda homes in communities in your area, contact a community specialist in your area or visit one of our Maronda Homes sales offices.



About Julie Wiedmeyer

Julie was a new home sales counselor for Maronda Homes in Cincinnati, OH. She spent her career in the real estate & new construction industry and is passionate about helping to educate home buyers. When she isn't spending time with clients she enjoys her family and animal rescue.

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