By Florent Florette. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 00:48:54 AM.
Simplicity is often the key to a rustic kitchen. Team dark stained timber and neutral painted wood in equal measure for a balanced, no-nonsense scheme. Here the wooden worktop is a perfect partner to the open wooden shelving units, kitchen door and wooden beams. Neutral walls match painted units with a traditional double-bowled ceramic sink ticking another country box. The under-sink skirt is a wonderfully simple retro touch.
Well done shelves can add an excellent touch to any room, and opting for open shelves instead of traditional cupboards gives the kitchen a good feel and makes the room look less cluttered and more spacious. If having traditional cupboards are more of your thing, then going in for glass fronts gives your kitchen an excellent and airy feel, all while being incredibly good looking.
Thought white would not look good with a rustic design? Well, think again, as it can give the room a slight feeling of luxury while still maintaining its rustic vibe. The white adds a certain amount of definition to the room, which is always good.
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.
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