By Ulysse Janine. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Saturday, October 21st, 2017 - 19:19:39 PM.
If you don’t fancy a whole room full of rustic character, why not limit it to just one area of your kitchen? This range cooker has been fitted into an exposed brick chimney breast for a marvellously country-style centrepiece. Copper pans, a ceiling height wine rack, basketry and plaited garlic all press the style home.
Another design using brick walls, this one is a little bit more spacious than the previous option. This one is a little less cluttered, and a little roomier, but it is still extremely appealing and good looking. Long structured cupboards in off-white or eggshell wood look incredibly stylish, not to mention fill up the entire room to just the right amount. The wood variation here also breaks the uniformity of the room, making it look more appealing.
The walls and ceiling in the kitchen of a log cabin–style home in the foothills of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains are clad with salvaged wood. Interior designer Suzanne Kasler decorated the space with a pair of 18th-century French still lifes and a 19th-century English-oak rack.
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.
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