By Ulysse Janine. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Thursday, September 28th, 2017 - 21:57:16 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.
Enjoy the freedom of a mismatching approach to kitchen design. In this homely space, it is only the colour scheme that is a constant throughout. The units are freestanding and a mix of homespun designs, while the table and high chair have been given distressed – and contrasting – paint finishes. Storage isn’t confined to cupboards or to one area, but distributed across open shelves and beams, where nails are pressed into service as hooks for pans, aprons and kitchen linens.
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.
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.
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