Fact: You don’t have to live in the country or in the mountains to play around with a rustic design. You just need to have a few basics like natural materials, a neutral palette, and a worn or frayed feel. These stunning kitchens are proof that regardless of where you live, you can make a rustic kitchen.
When the rustic met the industrial, the magic happened. Exposed beams and stone walls create a rustic base, but industrial details like metal benches, stainless steel, and black countertops add some edge.
Wood on wood
The kitchen in this mountain home features an island with wood paneling, exposed wood beams, and wood cabinets. There is a lot of wood, but when you really want to get rustic, go big or go home. House Furniture Solution
Pale oak floors and butcher counters create a booth vibe in this Florida kitchen by designer Tammy Connor. Black handles stand out against white cabinets, adding a modern touch. Perlengkapan Rumah Tangga
Lulu Powers’ outdoor kitchen has built-in shelves, custom firewood holders, and beverage cabinets, so you can make a cocktail outdoors anytime. Peralatan Rumah Tangga
Stone meets wood
The masonry in this French-inspired kitchen by designer Inga L. Rehmann steals the show, even when faced with an 1800’s Spanish trestle table with upholstered benches. Property News