This kitchen calls back to days of yore with the weathered armoire cabinets, grand range hood and blue furniture-style kitchen island. An iron chandelier hangs above the large island for added Old World charm.
This cabin's new expanded kitchen features tons of countertop space, a centrally located island and modern appliances. The cabinet's weathered gray-green finish helps tie the room in with the rest of the home's rustic charm.
A collection of weathered flowerpots in different shapes and sizes makes a charming centerpiece on this wood cabinet. Together with the reclaimed wood coffee table, they soften the more tailored lines of the nearby armchairs.
A stone and brick wall combined with hardwood floors and a weathered wood table compliment this rustic style kitchen, while soft blue cabinets and marble counter tops add a more updated and feminine touch.
Weathered white cabinetry and pale yellow wallpaper with a subtle pattern define this elegant, luxury bathroom. A tufted plaid ottoman and vintage floral stool add color and texture to the smooth marble tile floors.
This beautiful display cabinet with cast bronze hardware houses the homeowner's collection of blown glass from around the world. The designer likes the juxtaposition of different materials, seen here with the weathered bronze metal and the sleek colorful glass.
The combination of black cabinets and copper finishes makes a statement in this kitchen. The cabinets are given a weathered look to reflect the home's colonial style, while the copper hood adds metallic glam to the space.
Weathered wood cabinets and tin pendant lights combine for a farmhouse-inspired look in this kitchen. Contemporary barstools with vibrant orange leather upholstery energize the space with color and spunk.
This open plan traditional kitchen has farmhouse flavor. Contemporary lighting such as Murano glass cylinder ceiling light pendants and mid-century Emeco aluminum dining chairs provide some eclectic flair. The dining chairs are intended to juxtapose the antique, weathered farm table. Upscale appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf add luxury. Gray-colored Italian marble slabs are used to create a backsplash that provides a good deal of texture. The windows are purposely left untreated in order to allow for the maximum amount of light without disrupting the view to the outdoors.