By Florent Florette. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 00:48:54 AM.
This impressive kitchen owes its rustic credentials to three ingredients: the wooden beams, a blue Aga and the flagstone floor. So core are these three elements that it allows units, appliances and furntiure with a modern edge to be introduced without affecting the core rustic nature of the design. The hi-gloss island-cum-table is a lovely piece of dual-function furniture.
Think bright colors don’t fit in with the rustic feel? Well, think again as this rustic green kitchen stays true to the style while adding a much-needed pop of color to the kitchen.
A rustic kitchen works well when paired up with off-white wooden shelves and a darker wooden flooring. The colors of the wood stand out more, giving you an incredibly homely feeling.
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.
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