By Samuel Mathis. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 19:03:00 PM.
You don’t need to live in a cabin in the woods to capture the homely, private feel of a rustic country kitchen. The right design cues can bring that feeling of intimate folksiness into the heart of the city and wrap your modern cooking space up in the glow of country style.
French style rustic cabinets are in style right now, and this one shows you how to incorporate this design pallet well, without it being too overpowering, and with all the kitchen elements nicely blending into each other. Something old, and something blue goes the famous saying, and this kitchen spells that out in all the right ways. This rustic kitchen has an incredible use of color, while still keeping the kitchen relatively sober looking and not too overpowering.
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.
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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