Published at Saturday, January 13th, 2018 - 16:02:37 PM. Rustic Kitchen. By Alphonse Marthe.
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The rustic design aesthetic has been front and center on the editorial stage for many years, but that doesn’t mean the trend can’t be given a seasonal upgrade and improved upon. Next door to shabby chic, rustic design derives its inspiration from organic, often antiquated textures, colors, and forms, with a particular devotion to country cottage and farmhouse interiors. Rustic decor is all about comfort and effortless appeal, blending the spirit of resilience with a more refined approach to town & country living.
If you are lucky enough to have beams in your kitchen – this one is in a stunning barn conversion – then don’t be afraid to make the most of them. Let oak A-frames shine with a complementary stripped floor and a simple scheme of white painted walls. Steer clear of wall units and confine base cabinets to a single run along one wall, leaving other areas free for a dining table and chairs, kitchen island and painted dresser. Drop in a striped rug or two to break up the expanse of wood a little.
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