Gizela Benedykta. Country Kitchens. November 20th , 2016.
Better than Grandma's
Recollections of big household meals in grandmother's kitchen motivated this kitchen modify. The green kitchen island base was topped with color to give it a tainted look, and the butcher-structure countertop improves the wistful look while matching the white cabinetry.
An exciting mix of repurposed flea market, new paint and repaired pieces modernize this country kitchen. A navy beaded-board backsplash mounted horizontally affords a new twist on old-style wainscoting. Warm fawn paint modernizes wood floorings worn behind renovation. Wall sets upper beneath cabinets, wicker accents, and new floral materials complete the fascinating country design.
A mixture of Shaker and farmhouse customs, this kitchen presents furniture-style cabinets and a large farmhouse sink. The two large windows over the sink and wall of glass-front cupboards support the kitchen sense airy. Without weighty window handlings, sunlight has no worry flowing into this kitchen.
New to You
New and old show enjoyable in this kitchen. Incompatible cupboard pulls and knobs purchased at a store improve a fresh component to store-bought cupboards. Poured-in-place solid countertops and an island made from a recondition farmhouse board add to the country charm. On the desk legs, new paint was topped with a covering of color to dull the hue and dial up the appeal. A canning jar converts a days-gone-by hanging beyond the sink and a flour-sack cafe screen memories modest beginnings.
The owners wanted the walnut kitchen island to be large (really large) and look like an old haberdashery box. Great illumination, blend and matching finishes, and coatings raise this room. Dark cupboard pulls on both sets of cupboards support unify the area and tie in with the trim on the dark flooring and the light fixtures.
Humble floating shelves mount windows in this barn-inspired area. An eclectic blend of baskets, china, and cutting boards suit the open storage. Laminate flooring affords the appearance of old barn wood without the expensive price. A beautiful, neutral island duplicates the appearance of the board-and-batten siding on the house's exterior.
Today Meets Yesterday
Old and new make a sweet merger in this country-style kitchen, where a glossy stainless-steel range hood crests the Victorian-style stove. At the soul of the kitchen, a tall, weather-beaten farm table with well-formed turned legs stands in as a kitchen island.
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