How To Create A Rustic Country Kitchen: Four Design Touches To Consider
Posted on: 3 February 2017
Planning a kitchen remodel gives you the opportunity to create the space you've always dreamed of. If you prefer rustic country decor, there are many ways you can create this theme in your new kitchen. Work with your contractor and use this guide as inspiration to create the stunning new kitchen of your dreams.
Wood Beam Ceiling
One way to add depth and dimension to your space is to install a wood beam ceiling. You can achieve this look by having your contractor install a grid of distressed wood boards across your kitchen ceiling. Install additional boards along the edges of the room to create a border for the room. This look mimics crown molding, but with a distinctly rustic look.
A farmhouse sink adds a vintage country look to your kitchen while giving you a spacious area for soaking dishes or rinsing vegetables. Select a tall faucet with an oil-rubbed bronze finish to complete this look, and consider adding a beautiful tile backsplash behind the sink area to create a focal point in the kitchen. For a traditional look under the sink, have the doors removed from your cabinets, and use a dowel rod to hang a fabric curtain. Gingham prints add to the country theme and bring a burst of color to the space.
For a stunning look in your kitchen, consider appliances with a copper finish. You can find wall ovens, stoves, refrigerators and built-in microwaves with this elegant look, and the rich shade coordinates beautifully with country themes. You can even find countertop appliances with this finish to create a cohesive look in your kitchen. Work with your contractor to find an oven hood with a copper finish to match your new appliances as well.
Hanging Pot Rack
Hanging pot racks offer a space-saving option for storing your cookware, but they can also double as decor pieces. Consider having a pot rack hung over your kitchen island, and hang your best copper cookware as a decorative touch in the room. You can also extend this idea to your walls by adding hooks to hang your cast iron skillets, which add to the country charm in your kitchen. You may also want to consider hanging baskets from the ceiling to store produce for an additional finishing touch in the room. Let your contractor know what your vision for your new kitchen is, and work together to come up with a design that incorporates your ideas while giving you a fabulous and functional remodeled kitchen in your home.Share