Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 22:02:57 PM. Rustic Kitchen. By Ulysse Janine.
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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.
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.
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