This contemporary kitchen stands as the union of traditional and modern aesthetics. Between sharp, geometric design and a soft color palette, the all-walnut construction of the Transition door style is shown here finished in Cocoa, adding rich depth to the space and giving the contemporary cabinetry the luxury treatment. Aluminum and glass cabinetry flush inset offset that richness in a coolly modern way. Narrow pull-out pantries flank the glass-top range to keep the space clean and unfettered. If your personal taste walks the line between traditional and modern, the Transition door style featured in this contemporary kitchen design may be just the thing your kitchen remodel needs.
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A beautifully simple bonsai is a stunning addition to this traditional kitchen with a modern edge. Its placement over the sink suggests a pastoral window view.The Chinese elm is one of the most popular tree species sold as a bonsai on account of its tolerance of a variety of substandard conditions. It is a fast grower that is easily trained into a number of shapes, and it can be raised indoors or out. It is a deciduous tree, so don't worry if it loses all its leaves in the winter if it is placed outside.