By Annette Marthe. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Thursday, November 30th, 2017 - 18:04:12 PM.
The walls and ceiling in the kitchen of a log cabin–style home in the foothills of Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains are clad with salvaged wood. Interior designer Suzanne Kasler decorated the space with a pair of 18th-century French still lifes and a 19th-century English-oak rack.
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.
The rustic design aesthetic has been front and center on the editorial stage for many years, but that doesn’t mean the trend can’t be given a seasonal upgrade and improved upon. Next door to shabby chic, rustic design derives its inspiration from organic, often antiquated textures, colors, and forms, with a particular devotion to country cottage and farmhouse interiors. Rustic decor is all about comfort and effortless appeal, blending the spirit of resilience with a more refined approach to town & country living.
Grey works best when teamed up with a rustic style, and the soft lighting in this room makes the grey stand out more than it usually would. The rough finish on these cabinets gives the room the added texture that it needs.
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