The kitchen is one of the few spaces left unmodified, yet it still fits perfectly with the aesthetic of the home. Rustic elements, like sacks used as window coverings, complete the look and feel of a modern, country getaway.
This kitchen features 10-foot ceilings, limestone counters and a work surface made of African bubinga wood. The Venetian plaster range hood, simple cabinets and floating shelves evoke an earthy English cottage look.
Knotty wood is used for kitchen cabinets, creating a country-inspired kitchen design. Dark gray countertops make a striking contrast, while neutral tile laid in a diamond pattern is used for the backsplash.
This French country-style kitchen features all the amenities a chef needs to whip up a culinary masterpiece: a double oven, an expansive gas stovetop, multiple sinks, a wall-mounted pot filler and a hanging pot rack filled with copper pots and pans within reach.
The country-style eat-in kitchen features stone floors and gorgeous paneled ceilings. Leading-edge appliances, a butler’s pantry, and a temperature-controlled wine refrigerator surround a butcher’s block, offering optimal utility with resplendent charm.
Storage Dilemma: Bulky extra rolls of paper towels are taking up premium cabinet space. Solution: In this stylish kitchen by designer Abbe Fenimore, a decorative basket placed under the center island provides a home for extra paper towels. This simple and smart solution keeps the paper products within easy reach, and allows you to keep track of your supply.
In this open kitchen, an island helps define the space and provides a casual dining spot. Black barn pendant lights and white kitchen cabinets with hammered metal knobs give the kitchen some subtle country style.
Floating shelves used to store dishes and a large window with an arched top stand out against the white subway tile backsplash in this country-style kitchen. Below the window is a kitchen counter with built-in sink and under-counter cabinetry.
Stainless steel countertops aren’t just for sleek modern spaces. Here, Dave Vogt of Case Design/Remodeling, Inc., used the metal in a country-style kitchen, where the gleaming surface contrasts beautifully with exposed brick and the well-worn bottoms of the homeowners’ cookware. Over time, the counters may scratch and show wear – but that’s part of their charm in a space like this – and they are super durable.
This country kitchen has a carved hutch with glass door cabinets that feature an array of traditional flatware and stoneware. Eggshell hued cabinets match the hutch and a simple rose arrangement provides a splash of color.
The multi-functional wooden kitchen island serves as a prep space, breakfast bar and wine storage for this open plan kitchen. An exposed wooden beam adds some rustic character to the space. Iron barstools fit snuggly underneath the island counter awaiting use for a casual dinner or breakfast.
To modernize the kitchen and open up the space, the owners install open shelving, repaint the lower cabinets and replace the counter with a hand-me-down butcher block. Even with a splurge on vinyl floor tiles, they keep the budget to $3,400.
The galley-style kitchen opens off the hall past the bedroom. Stainless steel appliances are softened with a rich and zesty shade of orange. Open shelves hold mementos and art from travels around the world.
This small kitchen uses a retro black mini fridge, a small fitted stove and a combination of cabinets and open shelving to be fully functional without feeling claustrophobic. Natural light floods in from the window and bounces off the bright white walls, ceiling and marble countertop. Bowls of fruit and a collection of fresh flowers bring natural color to the room.