By Alphonse Domitille. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 17:10:52 PM.
Grey works best when teamed up with a rustic style, and the soft lighting in this room makes the grey stand out more than it usually would. The rough finish on these cabinets gives the room the added texture that it needs.
The kitchen is the ideal place to integrate timeless trends like a farmhouse table or subway tile backsplash. Even Martha Stewart embraces elegant old-fashioned design features like open-faced china cabinets and milk white porcelain serving dish arrangements. Be your own design diva by bringing some of these beautiful concepts into your own kitchen.
Every classic rustic kitchen will have a range cooker, a butler-style white ceramic sink, wooden kitchen units (in a plain or painted finish) including country staples such as dressers and larders, a no-nonesense honest beast of a farmhouse table with a good set of sturdy chairs to match – or mix and match. Be open to kitchen island ideas too.
Rustic kitchens don’t have to lack colour. Introduce warmth and pattern to yours with bright linens, tableware and glassware in a heady mix of orange, green and purple. Bring in preloved chairs with mismatching paint finishes and co-ordinate them with scatter cushions in bold, fun florals. A rise-and-fall copper pendant light makes a warming finish touch, hung low over the table.
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