By Florent Florette. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 - 16:58:25 PM.
As you’ll see in the examples below, going rustic doesn’t necessarily mean you have to sacrifice the beauty and utility of premium materials. Top-quality counters, cabinets, and appliances can blend seamlessly into a rustic design scheme, adding cutting-edge convenience to your timeless aesthetic sense.
This impressive kitchen owes its rustic credentials to three ingredients: the wooden beams, a blue Aga and the flagstone floor. So core are these three elements that it allows units, appliances and furntiure with a modern edge to be introduced without affecting the core rustic nature of the design. The hi-gloss island-cum-table is a lovely piece of dual-function furniture.
Using teal or other shades of blue is incredibly neat when it comes to rustic kitchens, and this kitchen shows you how to do that without having something that is too overpowering or the center of attraction in the room. Another rustic style kitchen cum dining room, this one in full wood. Changing up the wood that you use can break the monotony in your kitchen, giving you a beautiful and elegant feel when you step into the room.
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.
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