A thoughtful mixture of materials including reclaimed wood (on the walls and island) and obsolete zinc (on the counter and hood) provides this kitchen a acquired-over-time vibe.
The proprietor of this rural Connecticut farmhouse switches around her kitchen accessories on a whim, therefore a neutral palette is vital. Virtually every wall in the home, including those covered with paneling, is painted the exact same shade of white, and most of the furniture is coated in white or neutral linen.
Dark Kitchen Cabinets
The owners of the Texas farmhouse painted the cabinets black in order to allow them to blend in with the walls. Butcher-block countertops add state appeal that is more.
How smart is this? A scalloped hood adds this kitchen and taste.
Simple and Inviting
Despite its neutral palette, this California kitchen feels comfy thanks to some rustic fireplace, thoughtful selections, and inviting accents.
In a space-starved kitchen, it is tempting to go the all-white route, but this kitchen chooses to get a layered mix of substances, such as reclaimed South Carolina barnwood (the cupboards and shelves), galvanized metal (the countertops), soapstone (the sink), and even unlacquered brass (the hardware).
Classic Country Style
Rustic textures, cottage accents, and a retro palette offer this Virginia kitchen classic farmhouse style.
Window to the World
No above-the-sink view? No problem! An mirror that is arched overlooks.
Rustic Storage Solutions
The proprietor of this Oregon house skipped a dishwasher and opted for this 1953 farm-house spout (that can take care of a lot of dirty dishes) and much more under-counter space. An soda crate corrals cleaning supplies under the sink.