By Alphonse Marthe. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Thursday, December 28th, 2017 - 16:00:29 PM.
If you don’t fancy a whole room full of rustic character, why not limit it to just one area of your kitchen? This range cooker has been fitted into an exposed brick chimney breast for a marvellously country-style centrepiece. Copper pans, a ceiling height wine rack, basketry and plaited garlic all press the style home.
Natural materials, weathered accents, and eclectic choices in finishes and decorations are the order of the day when you’re cultivating rustic country kitchen design ideas. Don’t be afraid to go bold! Choose a dramatic element and make it the centerpiece of your unique kitchen. Creating a rustic kitchen is all about expressing your personality.
Rustic style kitchens are always popular. They take their inspiration from history and tradition, seeking to create warm, homely spaces for cooking and socialising. Typical elements of a rustic kitchen include brickwork walls, large ovens, stone flooring and cabinets that are designed to echo the styles of old. Minor design elements like clocks or plates take on the role of adding atmosphere, and harmony is less crucial than in the modern kitchen.
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.
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