By Alphonse Marthe. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Thursday, December 28th, 2017 - 16:00:29 PM.
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.
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.
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.
As you’ll see in the examples below, going rustic doesn’t necessarily mean you have to sacrifice the beauty and utility of premium materials. Top-quality counters, cabinets, and appliances can blend seamlessly into a rustic design scheme, adding cutting-edge convenience to your timeless aesthetic sense.
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