Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 17:04:03 PM. Rustic Kitchen. By Florent Florette.
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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.
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.
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