By Christine Lylou. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, January 22nd, 2018 - 10:38:29 AM.
Even if your kitchen isn’t full-on rustic, it’s possible to introduce a country feel with a central island and pan rack. In this black-and-white kitchen a chunky island unit with a distressed purple painted finish and a wooden worktop makes a stunning focal point that instantly turns the space into a country kitchen. The rustic pan rack is made from rough-hewn dovetail-jointed timbers and features iron rails and black chains.
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.
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.
Using teal or other shades of blue is incredibly neat when it comes to rustic kitchens, and this kitchen shows you how to do that without having something that is too overpowering or the center of attraction in the room. Another rustic style kitchen cum dining room, this one in full wood. Changing up the wood that you use can break the monotony in your kitchen, giving you a beautiful and elegant feel when you step into the room.
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