13. Rustic Country Kitchen Decorations Distinguish a Unified Design
Everything pulls together in this largely gray and white kitchen. The color of the rough open shelves rhyme with the woven baskets, which rhyme with the roll-up shades over the windows. The shelves rustic looks belong with the kitchen island. The black wire of a basket joins the black of the shelf supports and the cup pulls and knobs of the floor cabinets. The scheme is given lightness by delicate cafe curtains.
14. A Hefty Island Resonates with these Dominant Ceiling Trusses
Weather-beaten roof trusses are the first thing a guest notices in this dramatic kitchen. The kitchen island and its stools match the color of these massive pieces of wood, while the hanging lights with gray metal shades, metal pot rack with gleaming pots, metal stove vent hood and glossy gray backsplash give the kitchen an industrial feel.
15. Natural Tones Build an Eclectic Pastiche
Another sign advertising a long-gone country store adds a note of good humor to this kitchen, as do the old-fashioned scale, the carved roosters and vintage pottery and glassware. There’s even a vintage sundress on a hanger and a lovely snow white chandelier near a white ceiling fan. The green of foliage and light reddish brown of the wooden counter and island tops balances out all the white.
16. A Few Rustic Touches go a Long Way
The few rustic, vintage touches in this smallish kitchen makes it memorable, including the butcher block with the wrought iron towel rack and lower shelf for storing cookware, the heavy wooden shelf above the range and an old box to hold soda bottles. Above everything is another sign pointing to a farmstead.
17. Rustic Decor Frames a Great View
In this kitchen, long, slender old signs make up the frame of the window behind the sink. A cheese hoop in he widow and hanging watering cans of galvanized meal add another cheerful, old-fashioned touch. They also contrast with the ultra modern sink with its goose neck spigot with pull down spray and double bowls. Boldly colored flowers break up the neutral color scheme.
18. Distinctive Colors Stand Out in a Good Way
Another thoroughly modern faucet with an interesting light fixture above it graces this agrarian kitchen. The bank of wooden floor cabinets are broken up by the deep apron sink and the white curtains that hide the space beneath it and another cabinet of teal blue. The Oriental style rug on the brown tile floor gives the room more pops of rich color.
19. Seamless Coordination of Colors and Materials
This kitchen, with its soft browns, beiges and tans, makes a visitor think of Tuscany or the south of France. Above a marble topped kitchen island is a pot rack for not only holding pots and baskets but for drying fragrant herbs. A French provincial hutch holds glassware. Cooking oils stand ready on the metal shelf above the stove and the rafters contrast nicely with the sunken ceiling lights.
20. Rustic Choices Liven Up an Already Grand Kitchen
A gleaming white kitchen dominated by a marble-topped island benefits from the warm brown-beige colors of the baskets used for storage on the island’s lower marble self, gleaming hardware and a beige runner that interrupts the white of the kitchen island. A mottled brown countertop, an old-fashioned envelope holder and a floor of dark hardwood also keep the bright white from being overwhelming.
21. Wood Doesn’t Have to be a Part of Rustic Country Kitchen Décor
This black and white kitchen has a hardwood floor, but otherwise raw wood is scarce. The spacious countertop and cantilevered sink are black, and the walls and cabinets are white with black hardware. The black and white checked lightshade and a galvanized metal tub full of black and white checked napkins are a playful touch.
22. Downhome Decor Makes the Most of Limited Spaces
Storage is a premium in a really tiny kitchen, and this kitchen knows how to make the best of its imitated space. Needful items are stored on shelves that run along the top of the walls, hooks, a rolling cart and a multi-leveled storage unit. Old crocks and jugs are called into service to hold food and cook’s tools.
23. Exquisite Selections Blend Folksy and Chic
The open shelves and their supports in this clean-lined kitchen echo the floor cabinets and their black metal pulls and knobs. The countertop, covered in a light taupe material, runs along at least two walls and has enough room for two sinks, and two large windows let in an abundance of light. Rafters in the ceiling finally countrify this kitchen.