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.
Another design using brick walls, this one is a little bit more spacious than the previous option. This one is a little less cluttered, and a little roomier, but it is still extremely appealing and good looking. Long structured cupboards in off-white or eggshell wood look incredibly stylish, not to mention fill up the entire room to just the right amount. The wood variation here also breaks the uniformity of the room, making it look more appealing.
Go white for a rustic kitchen with a beach-house vibe. In this charming space, freestanding storage and dresser units – all timeworn and well loved – rub shoulders with a range cooker and low-hung pendant lights, all in fabulous white. A wooden worktop complements the stripped table and bench, made comfortable with smart linen cushions.
The kitchen is the ideal place to integrate timeless trends like a farmhouse table or subway tile backsplash. Even Martha Stewart embraces elegant old-fashioned design features like open-faced china cabinets and milk white porcelain serving dish arrangements. Be your own design diva by bringing some of these beautiful concepts into your own kitchen.
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