Rustic wood is used throughout the walls, ceiling and beams, creating a expansive, country-inspired kitchen and dining room. The entire space is family friendly with a large farmhouse dining table, huge center island with barstools in the kitchen and lots of windows that keep the space bright and airy.
This kitchen design by Dungan Nequette Architects features a beautiful blend of country and rustic style. Wood planked walls surround the space, giving it that touch of rusticity. The island functions as place to dine and prep meals.
Wood is used throughout the kitchen from the walls to the ceiling, as well as the kitchen cabinets, which blend seamlessly into the walls. A large center island combines a large wooden countertop with stacked stone to create a family-friendly gathering spot.
Knotty pine paneling is original to this cottage's living and dining space and was kept natural to maintain the modern country feel. The natural wood provides a backdrop to the owner's colorful artwork depicting a jazz club scene.
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.
Rustic cabinets pair with dark gray countertops and a neutral tile backsplash in this country-inspired kitchen. A large island has a casual dining spot, as well as provides extra counter space for prep. Accessories reflect the Tuscan-style of the home.
Open Concept Living Space With Exposed Beam Vaulted Ceilings
This renovation included completely re-fashioning the living space. The center section of the ceiling was raised and multiple spaces were newly laid out. A wall was removed to open the new living area into the all-new kitchen, which had formerly been a master bath and closet.
Layered patterns are the key to this dining room's exquisite look. Bold wallpaper coordinates with heavy drapes in the same pattern, while the dining chairs opt for tone-on-tone houndstooth upholstery. Because the scale of the two patterns don't compete with one another, the layering is a success.
With dark brown walls, plaid wallpaper and lots of natural wood and leather, this home theater evokes a masculine vibe. Wall sconces add low levels of light, and a built-in entertainment center keeps electronics hidden away.