By Alphonse Domitille. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 12th, 2018 - 22:34:44 PM.
Rustic kitchens don’t have to lack colour. Introduce warmth and pattern to yours with bright linens, tableware and glassware in a heady mix of orange, green and purple. Bring in preloved chairs with mismatching paint finishes and co-ordinate them with scatter cushions in bold, fun florals. A rise-and-fall copper pendant light makes a warming finish touch, hung low over the table.
Many of us have found memories of a mother or grandmother’s kitchen. Others draw design inspiration from bygone movie and TV favorites. Regardless where your dream kitchen concepts started, we can help you finish them right. Take the extra time to peruse the following gallery of vintage kitchen design and decor ideas to get a good idea of how to merge classic kitchen design with modern sensibilities.
Rustic kitchens have a cosy warmth that their modern hi-gloss and minimalist equivalents can only dream of. If you are planning your own rustic or country-style kitchen, think about the must-have ingredients first and the rest should follow.
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.
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