By Annette Marthe. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Monday, August 21st, 2017 - 05:42:26 AM.
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.
Big windows allow a lot of natural sunlight into rustic-style rooms, making it more airy and spacious, giving its own added touch to the room. Dark wood cabinets that vary up just a shade apart from each other also work well in giving a kitchen a rustic but luxurious feel.
Marble countertops work exceptionally well when paired up with a rustic design. Marble that matches the rest of the room, like this one, is always the best choice when trying to put together a beautiful looking rustic kitchen.
A more modern approach might be to take the raw materials of the rustic kitchen (with its stripped timber, stone, brickwork and metal) and give them an industrial feel. Pendant lighting, bar stools and a hint of copper and leather can all bring a fresh new feel to a rustic kitchen.
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