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29 Rustic Kitchen Ideas You'll Want to CopyPinterestFacebookTwitterSubscribecloseHomes + Decor29 Rustic Kitchen Ideas You'll Want to CopyThere’s a certain warmth and charm to a rustic kitchen. And when it comes to creating this cozy look in the heart of the home, there’s no shortage of kitchen decorating ideas, from weathered wood beams and painted cabinets to rugged stone floors and farm tables. This classic style brings a casual and inviting feel to any home, whether in the city or countryside, and looks equally chic in both small spaces and large homes. We’ve gathered an array of country kitchens from the archives of Architectural Digest that are filled with inspiration to help you create the kitchen design of your dreams. Discover kitchen ideas that are sure to add rustic beauty to your space and inspire your next renovation. View SlideshowView as a ListPosted April 14, 2017Credits


Homes + Decor29 Rustic Kitchen Ideas You'll Want to CopyThere’s a certain warmth and charm to a rustic kitchen. And when it comes to creating this cozy look in the heart of the home, there’s no shortage of kitchen decorating ideas, from weathered wood beams and painted cabinets to rugged stone floors and farm tables. This classic style brings a casual and inviting feel to any home, whether in the city or countryside, and looks equally chic in both small spaces and large homes. We’ve gathered an array of country kitchens from the archives of Architectural Digest that are filled with inspiration to help you create the kitchen design of your dreams. Discover kitchen ideas that are sure to add rustic beauty to your space and inspire your next renovation. View SlideshowView as a ListPosted April 14, 2017Credits


Homes + Decor29 Rustic Kitchen Ideas You'll Want to CopyThere’s a certain warmth and charm to a rustic kitchen. And when it comes to creating this cozy look in the heart of the home, there’s no shortage of kitchen decorating ideas, from weathered wood beams and painted cabinets to rugged stone floors and farm tables. This classic style brings a casual and inviting feel to any home, whether in the city or countryside, and looks equally chic in both small spaces and large homes. We’ve gathered an array of country kitchens from the archives of Architectural Digest that are filled with inspiration to help you create the kitchen design of your dreams. Discover kitchen ideas that are sure to add rustic beauty to your space and inspire your next renovation.


Rustic Kitchen IdeasLighter wood finishes, shiny surfaces, and sculptural accents update traditional rustic kitchen designs. Opt for plank floors and wood ceilings that have been limed or whitewashed to brighten the view. Glossy colored tiles and open shelves refresh walls and show off dishware, while the rich tone of bronze pendant lights perfectly complements rustic schemes.


There’s a certain warmth and charm to a rustic kitchen. And when it comes to creating this cozy look in the heart of the home, there’s no shortage of kitchen decorating ideas, from weathered wood beams and painted cabinets to rugged stone floors and farm tables. This classic style brings a casual and inviting feel to any home, whether in the city or countryside, and looks equally chic in both small spaces and large homes. We’ve gathered an array of country kitchens from the archives of Architectural Digest that are filled with inspiration to help you create the kitchen design of your dreams. Discover kitchen ideas that are sure to add rustic beauty to your space and inspire your next renovation.


Hi Jenna – I use galvanized baskets hung by cup hooks screwed into the wood under by cupboards, instead of on a rail, to hold my spice jars and S&P shakers, etc so that *when* I paint my cupboards and do a white subway tile back splash there won’t be holes in it. I’m about to hang my paper towel roll from another basket, it’s great to get stuff off the counter. I didn’t realize you used a Rustoleum kit to paint your cupboards white, I have an unopened kit – do you still recommend it? I put a bamboo cutting board behind my knife block, they really look nice together. I wondered if something wood on the wall behind your whiteware would make it pop. I know this is an older post, maybe it’s different now? Are your grandma’s? glasses not on the shelves anymore? I love those glasses! Anyway, I have rustic baskets; vintage industrial fiberglass swivel chairs from our junior college, my great-grandparents’ c. 1900 curved glass oak china cabinet with their Nippon china luncheon set displayed inside and modern glass vases with real-looking fake flowers on top; my Crosley turntable sitting on a mcm piece with my albums displayed underneath and my Amazon Echo sitting on top – quite the mix. I need to ask – not being critical or rude – do the uneven ends of the rustic boards on the bottom of your island ever get bumped by shins? Something draws my eyes to those boards whenever I see your island. I want to take a saw to even them out, like you do when finishing up decking. It’s just my thing. I have an antique 5-legged oak work table whose legs would be great for making an island, with a leg to spare, lol. I knew I’d seen a great idea for displaying cookbooks and here it is, thank you! I have several vintage galvanized wire baskets that were being left in a shed when my elderly neighbors’ home sold so I grabbed them (with permission). I just need to find wall space, somewhere. Oh, decades ago I used a coffee pot from the Chicago Hilton Downtown’s room service tray (oops, I was young, and drunk) to hold my kitchen utensils. I must look through my mom’s silver pieces for a large pitcher to use. Still looking for that gold ‘fruit’ bowl from Target, I have an eBay search saved.


Lighter wood finishes, shiny surfaces, and sculptural accents update traditional rustic kitchen designs. Opt for plank floors and wood ceilings that have been limed or whitewashed to brighten the view. Glossy colored tiles and open shelves refresh walls and show off dishware, while the rich tone of bronze pendant lights perfectly complements rustic schemes.


22 Stunning Stone Kitchen Ideas Bring Natural Feel Into Modern HomesA well designed kitchen with the style you love may inspire your passion and creativity in cooking. Do you love the rustic style that make you feel just like cooking in the wild? Then stones may be the right decoration materials for you. Yes, it is the natural stone everywhere. Whether they’re made from limestone,


The kitchen design experts at HGTV.com share photos of a truly custom kitchen, designed by Lauren Levant Bland, that features Shaker-style cabinets with industrial and rustic-style additions.


Leslie Tung and her husband, architect Gerard McCormack, renovated a kitchen in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, that is imbued with a sense of rustic, international flair. The walls are sheathed in Talavera tiles, the floor is paved with stained brick tiles, and the antique farmhouse-style table is surrounded by Casamidy chairs, which are upholstered in a linen by Mitu Atelier.


4 of 15 Leslie Tung and her husband, architect Gerard McCormack, renovated a kitchen in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, that is imbued with a sense of rustic, international flair. The walls are sheathed in Talavera tiles, the floor is paved with stained brick tiles, and the antique farmhouse-style table is surrounded by Casamidy chairs, which are upholstered in a linen by Mitu Atelier. William Waldron


Leslie Tung and her husband, architect Gerard McCormack, renovated a kitchen in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, that is imbued with a sense of rustic, international flair. The walls are sheathed in Talavera tiles, the floor is paved with stained brick tiles, and the antique farmhouse-style table is surrounded by Casamidy chairs, which are upholstered in a linen by Mitu Atelier. William Waldron


A well designed kitchen with the style you love may inspire your passion and creativity in cooking. Do you love the rustic style that make you feel just like cooking in the wild? Then stones may be the right decoration materials for you. Yes, it is the natural stone everywhere. Whether they’re made from limestone,


Photo: Mary E. NicholsA stone wall, ceiling beams, and a barnlike door add rustic touches to the otherwise contemporary kitchen of a Malibu beach house designed by Michael Lee.


In a 200-year-old barn that she transported to coastal Rhode Island, designer Ellen Denisevich-Grickis created an eclectic kitchen setting: Rustic beams mix with a vibrant Shaker-style island, Murano-glass chandelier, and Viking stainless-steel appliances. The concrete floors are embedded with chips of mirror, mother-of-pearl, abalone shell, and sea glass.


Hey Mary! Yes, the first time around in painting my kitchen I used the Rust-Oleum kit. It definitely wasn’t bad, but I do think it probably cost me more in the long run than just using paint would have. The kit said it would paint the fronts and backs of doors of a large kitchen. However, the fronts alone had to have 3 coats and there wasn’t enough paint in the kit so I had to get another one. I do still have my grandmother’s glasses on the shelves, but I’ve redecorated other things on the shelves. I love those glasses too. As for the wood on the kitchen island, nope, there haven’t been any bumped shins or at least none that I’m aware of! I hope you find that gold fruit bowl from Target – it’s one of my favorite things!