By Samuel Mathis. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 19:03:00 PM.
Thought white would not look good with a rustic design? Well, think again, as it can give the room a slight feeling of luxury while still maintaining its rustic vibe. The white adds a certain amount of definition to the room, which is always good.
While traditional rustic kitchens were practical affairs, they were also designed to make the most of the heat from the range, with chairs and table brought into close proximity. Mirror this cosy, sociable side of the rustic kitchen by making your space feel friendly and welcoming. Introduce tactile linens, crockery and enamelware and look out for good kitchen storage ideas, while keeping pans and utensils within easy reach to emphasise the working nature of your space.
Black granite on a countertop is exceptionally classy, not to mention incredibly functional. When blended with rustic wood panels and shelves, the kitchen looks like an extraordinarily simple but well put together piece of work.
Even if your kitchen isn’t full-on rustic, it’s possible to introduce a country feel with a central island and pan rack. In this black-and-white kitchen a chunky island unit with a distressed purple painted finish and a wooden worktop makes a stunning focal point that instantly turns the space into a country kitchen. The rustic pan rack is made from rough-hewn dovetail-jointed timbers and features iron rails and black chains.
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