Architecture and Design: Tudor Inspired Kitchen Design

HOUZZ PHOTO: Traditional Exterior by Edina General Contractors REFINED LLC

Homes with Tudor-style architecture are plentiful in Kansas City, with a high concentration in the Brookside area. The Tudor Revival style was popular as developers were building homes here in the 1910-1940’s. Considering the average age of homes in Brookside, your kitchen could have been designed over 80 years ago! If so, chances are good that it is outdated and inefficient. But how does one translate Tudor architecture into a kitchen remodel while still keeping it modern and fresh?

HOUZZ PHOTO: Traditional Kitchen by Minneapolis Kitchen & Bath Designers Casa Verde Design

By using the accents listed below, this kitchen feels modern and fresh, while still honoring the home’s history and exterior architecture:

  • Moldings
  • Hardwood floor
  • Panels
  • Dark accent hardware
  • Tudor-style lighting fixtures
  • Old-fashioned single-bowl farmhouse sink
  • Tudor-shape in the cutout
About the Author

Sarah Snodgrass is a residential real estate agent specializing in Kansas City's historic neighborhoods and enclaves.

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