By Ulysse Janine. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Sunday, July 16th, 2017 - 18:30:14 PM.
While traditional rustic kitchens were practical affairs, they were also designed to make the most of the heat from the range, with chairs and table brought into close proximity. Mirror this cosy, sociable side of the rustic kitchen by making your space feel friendly and welcoming. Introduce tactile linens, crockery and enamelware and look out for good kitchen storage ideas, while keeping pans and utensils within easy reach to emphasise the working nature of your space.
Using the same system of uniformity and using the same wood for all the elements in the kitchen is a good idea even when done in lighter shades. This kitchen shows that well and has a few break elements that stray away from the monotony of the room.
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.
Go white for a rustic kitchen with a beach-house vibe. In this charming space, freestanding storage and dresser units – all timeworn and well loved – rub shoulders with a range cooker and low-hung pendant lights, all in fabulous white. A wooden worktop complements the stripped table and bench, made comfortable with smart linen cushions.
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