Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 23:51:39 PM. Rustic Kitchen. By Christine Lylou.
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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.
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.
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