Rustic elegance comes together in the resort-style kitchen of this Arizona ranch home. Hard-wearing materials are mixed with luxury finishes to provide top of the line appliances with a ranch home feel.
It's no easy feat to make a room that's this large feel this homey. Vaulted ceilings that are constructed with plank-and-beam wood do the trick -- as do other special, custom touches such as the large, ornate kitchen island and the rustic lanterns above. A unique area rug helps drive home the design -- you're in Western territory, here!
A dark and dated 1970s California ranch kitchen, redesigned by Mary Broerman, is made open and bright with new cabinets, appliances, porcelain tile flooring, granite countertops and limestone backsplash with custom tile painting.
The $19.5-million Elk Horn Ranch boasts stunning views of the surrounding mountain ranges. The luxurious main house has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, large living spaces with vaulted ceilings and an entertaining-ready kitchen and bar. For guests that love to have their own getaway, the Wrangler cabin is a perfect one-room cabin complete with a bathroom and kitchenette. And, of course, don't forget the horses, who have a spacious four-stall barn to return to after exploring the ranch's 160 acres.
With comfort and functionality in mind, this ranch kitchen features an island with a range hood and an integrated oven. The cottage feel isn't lost in the stainless steel appliances, all surrounded by custom white glazed cabinets that feel more like home.
This dated ranch kitchen was closed off from the rest of the house, so an opening is cut into the wall over the stove to allow for a view into the family room. A narrow plate rail is installed above the hood to display plates.
Rustic lumber is paired with stacked stone to create a stunning home exterior for this Texas ranch house. Covered outdoor living areas blend the indoors and out with comfortable seating areas, an outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen.
Interconnected barn-like structures, designed from stacked stone and rustic lumber, house the main living areas. A covered outdoor living space features comfortable seating areas, an outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen that overlook the beautiful Texas ranch.
This 1,672-square-foot Santa Barbara, California home features stunning tropical landscaping, including fruit trees, palm trees and towering bamboo plants. The ranch-style home boasts mahogany wood accents throughout and easily incorporates indoor-outdoor living with open air kitchen, dining and living spaces.
The outside of this ranch home's kitchen is painted a pale sage green, a color that goes beautifully with the natural wood of the beams and floor. Industrial pendants in both the kitchen and dining area are a hint of urban edge.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: What had previously been a breakfast nook in this outdated ranch house now includes a portion of the kitchen island, additional drawer storage, floor-to-ceiling cabinets and a built-in hutch.