By Christine Lylou. Rustic Kitchen. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 23:36:23 PM.
If you are lucky enough to have beams in your kitchen – this one is in a stunning barn conversion – then don’t be afraid to make the most of them. Let oak A-frames shine with a complementary stripped floor and a simple scheme of white painted walls. Steer clear of wall units and confine base cabinets to a single run along one wall, leaving other areas free for a dining table and chairs, kitchen island and painted dresser. Drop in a striped rug or two to break up the expanse of wood a little.
Go white for a rustic kitchen with a beach-house vibe. In this charming space, freestanding storage and dresser units – all timeworn and well loved – rub shoulders with a range cooker and low-hung pendant lights, all in fabulous white. A wooden worktop complements the stripped table and bench, made comfortable with smart linen cushions.
All wood kitchen spell out rustic chic in the best way possible. This kitchen has a beautiful blend of variations and uniformity, making for an incredibly beautiful kitchen. Cupboards, when not too bulky or cluttered can add an extra element to your kitchen. Soft lights are good to draw attention to the little things that you might want to place there for display.
Opting to use rustic design cues in your kitchen often means embracing unconventional surfaces. Make sure you check exotic materials (from weathered wood cabinets to copper countertops) for durability and food safety. Remember that a great country kitchen is comfortable and useful as well as beautiful!
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