Modern Meets Country Kitchen
Create a modern kitchen with a country twist through intertwining rustic oak paneling with stone walls. Use copper finishing touches to complete the look and give a homely feel.
Design ideas for a farmhouse kitchen in London. — Houzz
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Amanda Pollard added this to
Open ShelvesBoost your kitchen’s characterA wall of shelves can look fantastic in your cookspace. It’s a great way to add character to the room. The copper, coral and white objects on these rustic shelves look stunning against the dark walls.
Jo Simmons added this to
Potter in the kitchen Take time during the afternoon to potter quietly in the kitchen. Forget laying on a three-course meal or producing platters of complicated canapés. Instead, go with your appetites and cook whatever you like, whether fancy or simple. Make your favourite dinner or put together a range of little dishes, such as tapas, or even a simple platter of cheeses, chutneys and crusty bread. Whatever you do, have fun and resist the urge to over-cater or create a complex feast. Play some music, put on your favourite pinny, sip a little warming tipple and enjoy some pressure-free cooking.
Cheryl Freedman added this to
5 Choose one great rustic elementPut up open shelving…Wooden shelves made from reclaimed timber are an easy way to dip your toe into the raw and rustic look. Create a display of pottery and other items for a warm country feel – wire baskets, wooden spoons and copper pots are all good.The black tiles here are a smart choice, as slate is another natural material with a rustic feel.
Lucy Searle added this to
Repeat (and repeat)China, cookware, flower pots –whatever – only really look good on display, whether on open shelves like these or behind glazed dresser or cabinet doors, if there’s a purposeful layout and colour scheme for them. Here, little actually matches, but it all tones and – importantly – each shelf has a more or less even, if randomly placed, distribution of every material, colour and finish.