By Christine Lylou. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 10:38:29 AM.
Open white shelves in marble also look incredibly great and give the room a minimalistic feeling while still being the center of attention in the room. Flowers and greenery add a nice touch to any kitchen going for a rustic feel, just like this one. When paired with rooms that are mainly monochromatic, it gives the kitchen a pop of color that it needs.
French style rustic cabinets are in style right now, and this one shows you how to incorporate this design pallet well, without it being too overpowering, and with all the kitchen elements nicely blending into each other. Something old, and something blue goes the famous saying, and this kitchen spells that out in all the right ways. This rustic kitchen has an incredible use of color, while still keeping the kitchen relatively sober looking and not too overpowering.
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.
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.
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