By Christine Lylou. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 23:36:23 PM.
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.
A rustic kitchen works well when paired up with off-white wooden shelves and a darker wooden flooring. The colors of the wood stand out more, giving you an incredibly homely feeling.
Simplicity is often the key to a rustic kitchen. Team dark stained timber and neutral painted wood in equal measure for a balanced, no-nonsense scheme. Here the wooden worktop is a perfect partner to the open wooden shelving units, kitchen door and wooden beams. Neutral walls match painted units with a traditional double-bowled ceramic sink ticking another country box. The under-sink skirt is a wonderfully simple retro touch.
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.
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