Contemporary Country Kitchen With Exposed Wood Beams, White Brick Wall and Large Eat In Island
Exposed wood ceiling beams stand out agains the bright white room and are a beautiful compliment to the hardwood floor. A white brick wall adds subtle texture to the room and creates a blended look with the white floating shelves and white cabinetry. White wicker chairs line one side of the large island for an eat-in space with a stylish antler centerpiece.
To create a feeling of unity between this kitchen and the rest of the home, designers used similar color details. The copper range hood and natural baskets tie in with elements like the stairs seen through the kitchen's pass through window.
To make this oversized space feel comfortable for a large family, the designers combined earthy materials like reclaimed wood and handmade terracotta tiles with more traditional elements like the white painted cabinets. The Silestone counters were selected with durability in mind and the cabinets were customized to the specific needs of the homeowners. Fixtures: Circa Lighting; Prouve dining chairs: DWR
For this kitchen's fun stove backsplash, designer Leanne Ford stays within the neutral gray-and-white color palette, but adds visual interest by layering cross-shaped tiles on top of the wood paneling. The lower half of the paneling is painted dark gray for more contrast.
Even the appliances fit seamlessly into designer Leanne Ford's white kitchen. Here, a white stove blends easily with the cabinetry and subway tile backsplash. Wood countertops and gold cabinet and drawer pulls introduce a warmer note.
A floral loveseat and red armchair create a cozy sitting area in this Tuscan kitchen. A collection of green plates and platters surrounds a distressed bucket with various wood farming tools for an unusual but fitting wall decor piece.
Simplicity reigns in this farmhouse-inspired kitchen. An industrial-style pendant light hangs above country-style dining table and chairs, while white cabinets and open shelves keep the space light, bright with an open feeling.
Neutral brick and barn-like cabinet doors create the perfect foundation for a country design in this outdoor kitchen. A polished wood covering adds contrast against the natural textures. A hanging fan keeps the space cool on hot summer nights, and recessed lighting illuminates the space at night.