The exposed beams and natural wood kitchen island countertop and dining table in this kitchen bring a rustic touch to the space. The green cabinets bring about a natural feel, while the French doors let in lots of natural light, as seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It.
White, Light-Filled Kitchen with Modern, Rustic Elements
A rich mix of materials and textures adds interest and depth to this white, light-filled kitchen. Dark gray cabinetry is topped by wood around the perimeter of the room, while a large center island sports a countertop of sleek white quartz. Leather barstools and rough-hewn open shelves bring in an eclectic, homey vibe.
Beautifully Simple Kitchen Features Light Gray Cabinetry & Rustic Barstools
Using light neutral colors, like a soft gray on the cabinets and countertop in this beautifully simple kitchen keeps the space feeling fresh and elegant. Exquisite modern stools with a rustic flair add a depth of style.
Rustic Craftsman Kitchen with Brick Island, White Cabinets and Pendant Lights
Surround your island with salvaged items, like brick. You can get the same type of look as this kitchen, by Atlanta designer Jenn Ryan, by scouring building supply depots for thin non-structural bricks. For this inspiration room, Ryan used brick veneer tiles that were cut in quarter-inch slices from century-old bricks in Chicago.
Tackling 'The Beast' Neo Rustic Pendant Light Eat Brings Style and Light to Eat In Kitchen
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, Jo repurposed an old headboard, found at the house into a dispaly rack. Now painted white, the display rack matches the vintage-looking farm table, and serves as a display for plateware and decor. The neo rustic pendant light is a fun and stylish addition to the dining area.
Rustic Kitchen with Built-in Cabinets, Pendant Lights, Wood Beam and Island
Change the look of existing pendants or garage sale finds with interchangeable shades, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. You can alter the room’s design style and add color with this simple change. Here, textured glass shades catch the eye and soften the light over the kitchen island.