By Marthe Gabin. Other Kitchen. Published at Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - 11:37:18 AM.
You don’t have to buy a stone home in the old English countryside to enjoy the latest cottage kitchen trend. If you actually do live in a cottage or farmhouse, then maybe our list can help you learn to love the natural personality of your home.
The asymmetrical sizing and placement of the drawers add interest and functionality – imagine having drawers that perfectly fit that silverware tray, or a pullout shelf that would contain those miscellaneous lids? Choosing a dark finish for the faucet and storing rack helps keep the memorable contrast between the black base and gold highlights.
Keeping the upper cabinetry a similar shade as the walls and ceiling places even greater focus on the sunshine-esque accent and makes the kitchen seem much taller. This is a great technique to use in kitchens where not all the fixtures quite blend – the yellow, even sized cabinets draw the eye away from the mismatched, grey wall storage.
The geometric print rug complements the colored pixel print tile on the walls without clashing with the neutral island. Pinks and purples on the upper cabinets flow with the flourishes of the border tile and a lovely arch window opens the room with natural lighting.
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