By Guenievre Celeste. Kitchen. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 11:50:03 AM.
Quality stone and wooden worktops are the standard choices for the country style kitchen. Should you pick stone, avoid options too bold or shiny, as these generally don’t go too well with the rustic look. Granite, for example, can style up a country kitchen perfectly if it’s in a natural shade like brown or cream, but avoid black.
Hectares and hectares of fresh, green fields being glimpsed through the window; cows and chickens peacefully trotting around outside, adding to the homely ambience… these images are synonymous (in our creative minds, at least) with good old country style kitchens, conjuring up a vision of home-made bread, warm coffee and a simple way of living.
Try other ideas like barn-board planking, milled reclaimed wood, randomly placed slate tiles, brick, linoleum tile and cork for your country kitchen floor and see how these go with your choice of cabinetry, colours, furnishings, etc.
One of the best secrets of the country kitchen is that it doesn’t need to look perfect. In fact, mixing and matching an array of elements tend to make it look better and homelier compared to painstakingly planning every little bit and ensuring that all those pieces are 100% matched in appearance, colour, etc.
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